I built these walls around me to try to keep my purity
I knitted this blanket myself, it's a blanket of security
I grew these plants around me, to give me oxygen to breathe
Though I am shielded in my armour, I still bemoan and seethe
I take comfort in the catacombs, among the listless few
Eternal rest beneath the earth, awaiting life anew
Yet my remains still roam the earth, held in place with paste
Masked by mortal flesh and bone that soon will go to waste
I have always been indecisive, and used to find some comfort in prayer for guidance; but, after recovering from a year or two of mild depression and finishing psych and philosophy courses in Uni, I am questioning things.
How much of me is biological if my thoughts and emotions can be so controlled by chemicals? Spirituality is important to me, but, I find the bible a contradictory and unreliable guide. I'm trying to learn more about different religions at the moment. The video series
I wake up and peel the cobwebs from my eyes
Reach in the night drawer to find my disguise
Go down to the same old carnival
Try to win the same old prize
In stupor I suddenly realize
They put way too much salt upon these fries
Can't remember the day, don't know why
I think it ends with 'Y'
As in 'why' am I here?
Floating into the black hole
With no one else's gravity
To pull me back out
The forecast is nothing but fog, mist,
So, I've bugged all my friends about personality types. It seems like introverts seem much more prone to depression, and INF- seem MUCH more likely to have insecurity or abandonment issues...
I can't figure out how to start a "thread" because, while this is a wonderful website- the user interface is...let's face it, difficult.
So: Here's my question. Are INFP's more prone to any sort of mental illness? Does there seem to be any sort of observable link?
I have ADD and