You choosing Yale.
Even though I just came from Yale, I can always use the extra help.
As a Harvard boy, I gotta say, I’m disappointed.
You know, I worked my way through Stanford’s psychology stuff a few years ago if you ever want extra tutoring.
Right, right. It definitely was.
Right. Continue on with your aggressiveness and false accusations of what you perceive me to be.
Your statement was ableist, so it’s hardly a false accusation.
You’re breaking my heart here, Kels.
I am in no way discriminating against any illnesses, seeing as I am a psychology major and my goal is to help people.
And yet you “obviously” don’t have a mental illness? That’s ableist, blondie. Step your game up.
I really should stop feeling guilty when you say that because it is too often when we talk. But why?
I’ve been ousted by a stick man.
Obviously not, but I’m trying to prove a point.
Ableist much? Plenty of illnesses, especially mental, are invisible.
My apologies, I didn’t get a chance to finish that sentence before hitting enter. I meant to say, towards someone with a mental illness. What if that person was having a bad day and you were just that extra push to make it even worse?
Do you have a mental illness?