You are not trendy, you are sick
There was a time in history where people didn’t want to have diseases.
In the past it was considered cool to be healthy.
Now time has changed and being normal is a label for people to make fun of.
Asperger’s is a type of autism.
It’s a lifelong challenge for people who have it and also a great opportunity for lazy people with bad social skills to excuse themselves.
Asperger’s needs to be diagnosed by a doctor but today there are lots of people that just Google
their awkward manners and auto diagnose with it.
They self-indulge that way.
Being unsocial is not their fault anymore, they are sick now.
No one can blame you and tell you how rude you are because poor thing, you have a condition.
Also, since there is no cure for Asperger’s people can’t make you do anything about it.
Bipolar disorder is a serial mental illness but for some reason today anyone with mood swings self-diagnose with it.
Sometimes I’m happy and sometimes I’m sad, I’m bipolar.
Dude, you are not bipolar, you just need to exercise some self-control like we all do.
Of course it is easier to say you’re bipolar so people will give you sympathy and pity because your struggles are way beyond what normal people have to go through.
They’ll also encourage you to seek professional help, but you won’t go because if you go to see a therapist he will tell you that you are not bipolar and as the rest of humanity you just need to manage your emotions.
Yes, every single person sometimes is happy and sometimes is sad.
All of the sudden, it seems like nobody can tolerate gluten anymore.
Apparently since a couple of years, gluten becomes some kind of horrible poison.
Every single food is now being served in a gluten-free version.
The real fact is that gluten can give diarrhea to less than one percent of the population who have celiac disease.
Beyond people with celiac disease, gluten won’t give you anything.
But it seems to be so trendy say ‘I can’t eat gluten’ that suddenly millions of people discover they are intolerant to it.
Maybe you can try removing gluten from your diets to prevent symptoms of other diseases, like Asperger’s.
the world must know the truth!