There’s a lot of stigma faced, when it comes to taking medications. Why you’re not supposed to tell people which medications you are taking, that leads to assumptions as to what your problems are, which could be completely unrelated to the purposes for which any one brand of medication was made. It’s the Doctor who prescribes medication based on what I tell my Doctor, and based on my Medical Records, which are private documents, not for public circulation or to be read that’s my Right to Privacy. –Often times people think people are on medications because there is something wrong with them, it could also be that there is something wrong with their environment why they are put on medications. Just accept all, be accepting always, of the difficulties and life challenges that people face, and meds they’re on.
Usually people go through struggles with their identity early in life, some go through changes later in life. That is a product of their interactions, and their experiences, that is one’s own right to privacy, how they find themselves, and who they become is a result of their interactions with others, not necessarily a product of their choices, but what is left to them. It is very common for people who are victims of assault, to them become members of different groups in society, or like different people. That is a normal consequence of rape, sex assault, to bind with those trusted, who do not hurt them, or their esteem. Women will be women, and some hook up with them. You don’t own our class, you can’t tell us what to do, we are Women.
Just because I have a girly website does not make me Gay, in fact I’m not Gay. And the purposes for this website is to empower women, not belittle them, why I created a website, because I have inferiority complex, because I grew up put down. That’s me, this is me now, this is me then, I’ve been keeping a diary my whole life, sound the same. I’ve always been this way, a writer, and talkative, easy to talk to.
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