*474 19 Share s tis also have asthma,it did not stop me from believing! As long as you believe in yourself someone is going to love you someday, just don't give up hope 24 See this is why I love Reddit is because there are people here that will help encorage others even they don't even know about them,thanks guys s tivs ) Theoanger No worries pal! We all know how though life is, but you gotta keep on s *iv Add a comment
Krista Vernoff @ @KristaVernoff- Replying to @KristaVernoff When I was 18, I was pulled over for drunk driving. When the Police Officer asked me to blow into the breathalyzer, I pretended to have asthma and insisted I couldn't blow hard enough to get a reading. The officer laughed then asked my friends to blow and when one of them came up sober enough to drive, he let me move to the passenger seat of my car and go home with just a verbal warning.
The brain is an organ. Mental illnesses are illnesses of that organ. Brain scans show that there is a physical difference between a healthy brain and a sick brain. Telling someone "You're not really sick. It's all in your head." is like telling someone with asthma "It's not real, it's all in your lungs." The brain is an organ that can malfunction as much as any other organ. PLEASE READ THIS OVER AND OVER AND OVER