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By EsthervanHulsen :iconesthervanhulsen:
By LateStarter63 :iconlatestarter63:
more struggleThe deep, lingering pain still resides deep within my soul, slowly making me more numb, more... empty. This pain destroys me, waiting to crush my mind and drive me insane, painting with my own blood on the wall, knife getting deeper and deeper in my neck. But I just sit there, I do nothing because what else is there to do? This struggle has me by the neck and I'm just waiting for the noise to tighten, to obscure my realitly into my twisted mind that I know is in me, waiting to come out, waiting to taste blood, to feel more pain, more struggle.
Someone using this Picture of Twilight Sparkle 2 Alternative-name: Crazy Twilight
This infamous picture from the episode called Lesson Zero. When you think of Crazy Twilight Sparkle aka Twilight Snapple this face comes up. Tag Twilight Sparkle Crazy and Insane, psycho, monster, evil, dark, etc character. Allowed me breakdown Lesson Zero start to finish clear up this misunderstanding over what Crazy Twilight really is.
Asperger's Meltdown in action from Lesson Zero:
Here is the best words to describe from someone about Asperger's Meltdown: The fact that the child is good-natured most of the time makes such outbursts all the more bewildering. The child can seem to be a “Jekyll and Hyde.”
1) Rumbling: Nearby people can tell that something is wrong, and is about to blow. The child shows a buildup of emotions with words (screaming, nonsense noises).
2) Rage: (S)he