When you read the comments and you get irritated because you have had to go through harassment for almsot everything you do for over six years on GR because of your inactivity... ANYWHO. Time to mention a little bit of how life works.I deal with this all the time in my online and real life. It's horrible to deal with... I'm extremely sensitive in all emotions. This situation of this thread above my post here? It will help you grow as a person. We're all growing. You can't expect us to get everything right and everything done on time. I've never expected that from someone, due to my current living situation.I know how to deal with and tell the difference between insult and pointing out something on this site. In a different group, so many of the members are disrespecting me and my fellow mods. I snapped and decided to finally put my foot down to repeat that most of us are in high school. We also have family, mental health, and so much more. Real life is more important than the internet, and young people need to understand this. I've been harassed about my inactivity on this site for years now. My reasons for it? I have school. I have family. I have mental health. I've been grieving for so many years I can't remember how long it's been since I haven't cried over them. And lately, I've nearly cut myself on multiple occasions because of all the emotional pain. I have a life.I've learned that you can never truly understand the importance of focusing on yourself until you have been in a life threatening situation. I have epilepsy, and in grade nine I had seizures every single day and night. It never stopped. The stress and being ignored because of my difficulty is what could've gotten me into a seriously dangerous seizure. When they finally payed attention to my eyes and shaking after, what, three months? They got me a home bound teacher for the rest of the year.I never told anyone on Goodreads because I had a strong feeling that no one would care. Because that's how younger people act towards me when I'm inactive and a moderator.
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