So, the great advice I received yesterday was that "If I were you, I would just go outside everyday, all day. " How practical is that? Also, if this person knows I start to freak out after even five minutes outside, what kind of advice is that? Advice like that makes me just want to give up and not even try. no one in my life understands it, and obviously has no compassion for it. I feel like a burden, even though I usually am mostly just at home hiding. I am thankful for DS, so I can feel like I kind of belong somewhere! And I know, I need to stop listening to people who are bringing me down. I need ear plugs. Thanks for reading.
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