This is long, but read it. Read all of it.
this is a joke, right?
please tell me it’s a joke. please, someone.
Now, as I don’t know who this person is, and I do think they are being a sort of brat about the whole thing… my 2 cents are that it can be EXTREMELY HARD to do things like school and work when you suffer from something like D.I.D. The whole point of getting help, is to help yourself. TO fight so that you CAN live the life you want, in a healthy way. It seems like her parents want the best for her, and for her to move on. You cannot always be coddled.
But I know how hard it is to try and do “adult things” when you have trouble with time, and reality. I had to drop out of college. I lost my job. I was living on a friends couch, my family gave me money. And I was on meds. They were just the wrong kind. I am now a full time worker, with hobbies and friends, and I love who I have become. Everyone is different, but I cannot help but read that top part and shake my head. As someone who has been admitted to the hospital many times. I know how easy it is to just give up and let others do everything. It’s hard to fight for your own life. But in the end, it truly is worth it.
EDIT: Okay i reread it, and her bitchying about singlet privilege really is annoying. But the whole thing comes off as someone who wants everything handed to them, and not work and get better to do it themselves.