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Why are we humans given the gift of 'emotion'? Why can't we give it back to 'our creator' and say "No thans, I'd rather be a lizard"? I mean it's great and all, but then you have to have a follow up of the bad stuff.

Example: Getting hyper off candy and Vault and a really good day sends you up to cloud eight for a few hours, and then you are plummeted to a nice little mucky pit in emotional hell.

And why do things in your life have to go so well and then you get hit with a "crap" commet right in the kisser? (Like 'Pow! Right in the kisser!')
And while you're trying to heal from the puch in the face, you can only think about how much it hurts and don't remember what 'good' feels like.
But that will only lead to an infection where you started bleeding and you'll never get better it seems.

And for those of us who have the infections, what are we supposed to do? Emotional health is harder to maintain than physical health. Does the infection become a part of who we are, or do we see a doc and get treated? As for me, I think I'm losing to the infection.

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Mad monkey fling poo!


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