The well deserve opportunities to fix themselves, given more benefits of the doubt than the sickly, discrimination is bad, because it encourages others, to keep people away or out of environments who they deem to bear characteristics of those problematic, and upon too many discriminations permanent illness, that is feeling comfortable in group settings, and upon being asked to leave, or being told not to return, on personal records, results in others treating them the same. There are behavioral health issues, and there are simply people being able to fight with others because they think they are more well than someone who they deem is not well, and then think its okay for them to say it to their face that they think they are not well. Breakups are difficult, and its not until someone is not able to achieve in life, that you think twice about whether it was appropriate when they were well to drain them tired, until they responded poorly, in another environment. That’s not love. Usually you give people their spaces in life, give them room to grow, and upon abandonments, thrive on your own with or without people in your life, not impede on their personal life progress. Some things you learn to let go of in life. What people do in their lives when youre not around, and understanding that their lives too were ruined upon a breakup. That’s called being understanding. If 7 years have passed and a person has still not moved on, that means that there is something wrong with them, that did not need to be identified out loud, which is called disability. And now under the pressures, of parents getting older and needing to work, now its become an issue of waking up and going to bed every night that is causing me concern about my own health. These are things you should not have to struggle with as being fought towards, and these are things you should not have to struggle with upon meeting new people, and being treated as discriminated.