First, you do not decide what is correct and what is not and never will, enough of that.lordoftheincels said:Incorrect. Mentally ill people often fight battles with their own mind. Maybe they want to be confident but no matter what they cannot be confident. Involuntary shyness. The other type is deep brainwashed type, so brainwashed they feel they are not worthy of happiness and so don't even bother. I was a mix of both when I was a teen. That's only scratching the surface, there was other stuff too.
Second, everyone is responsible for themselves and in charge. Those who are not are immature or actually have serious mental issues, not fabricated muh summertime sadness. Hardly applies to looks and real, actual major health issues, unfortunately. This is an outrage how vain sadboy freaks create pointless """"""problems""""" in their heads for themselves and pretend to have it as hard as those who actually suffer from things out of their control, like failed genetic recombination, disabilities, chronic diseases and labour market decline.
OK, let most people have it. They get laid and you don't. Conclusion? Mental illnesses do not matter ѕhit. But real mental illnesses do matter, which means that the assumption that most people are mentally ill is out of place.How could most people not have mental illness? They work in slave jobs in cubicles all day then when they get home they watch bad news and shitty movies. Most likely married to a land whale. How are fat people not mentally ill, food is an obvious cope. People who prefer the taste of junk food over natural foods are mentally ill.
JFL @ implying that need to cope is the same as mental illness. Keep updated.