I was bullied in school. It still breaks my heart when I see it. There is a lot of anger in me because of it. Bullying me these days would be very bad for anyone’s health. I wish I could take all those kids by the hand and tell them how special they are and how the adversity will make them stronger. Unfortunately, this is not always true.
Sure, everyone has a fetish. People come in all varieties of crazy. Who are we to judge?
if there are people starving and your fetish will eventually kill you, should you pursue it?
We are living in an age where psychiatrists are trying to have grief and sadness classified as mental disorders. (Look it up if you do not believe me.)
‘What’s wrong with him?’
‘He is sad, his friend died.”
“Ooh, better lock him up and medicate him into happy land.”
Unlikely? Not really.
So, then, normal emotional expressions are becoming fast unacceptable, while unnatural emotional and physical states are protected under the banner of fetishism, consumerism and political correctness.
Eat until you are so morbidly obese that you become disabled.
Saying our children have ADHD is equally abhorent. Kids do not have the attention span of adults – period. Nor should they. Has anyone ever looked at the diet those alleged ADHD kids consume?
I bet my bottom dollar that it is full of sugar, additives, artificial colours and preservatives.
Morgan Spurlock made a brilliant point in his ‘Supersize me’ – he reported on a school which took in all the disciplinary cases from other schools – a last resort kind of school. The solution to the kids problems was largely diet. They fed them whole natural foods in the right quantities and at the right time.
Wow, common sense.
We are so far off course that any corrective action will take years before we see the fruits. That does not mean we should not do it.
Let’s start at home.
By the way, do you know what kind of food our grandparents were forced to eat?
Organic, whole foods. Because there was nothing else available.
How many cases of morbidly obese people and ADHD kids did your grandparents have to deal with?