Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you prepare for it

So the next time someone asks you if you've ever been in a coma and not being able to tell them the truth about what you were doing at the time, the answer is an immediate YES.

Your answer of yes to that question can be anything from "Yes, I've been in a coma" to "Yes, but I just left after the coma was over." In either case, it's probably a decent idea to learn a few more things about what it's like to have a mild mental disorder for the average person. That would be pretty cool, right?

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So here are some of the things that have been my journey into mild mental disorder at the moment:

  1. Mental disorder doesn't mean you have the IQ of a dog. It means you have mild psychosis. I have a mild cognitive disorder and most of the time I'm fully functional and I have some days where my mind is really just a mess and I think I won't be able to function.
  2. You don't need to be mad and/or paranoid all the time. It's good to try to "get to the root" of your anger and it's not a bad idea to try to see how your anger affects other people. There is a reason that I'm trying to avoid having an angry black cloud hanging over my head the majority of the time.
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  1. If it's mental health illness that's causing your anger, then there's a reasonable chance that your anger is also caused by that. Not all of us are crazy. Some of us are just mad.
  2. There's definitely a correlation between "mental disorder" and being an angry person. And I think that's what's interesting about that.
  3. Sometimes life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you prepare for it with exercise!