Shop More Submit  Join Login
×


More from deviantART



Details

Submitted on
March 25, 2007
Image Size
158 KB
Resolution
700×700
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
6,603
Favourites
56 (who?)
Comments
41
Downloads
7
×
Secret 0543 by DeviantArtSecret Secret 0543 by DeviantArtSecret
Send your secret to DeviantArtSecret@gmail.com

You are invited to anonymously contribute your secrets to DeviantArtSecret.

"Each secret can be a regret, hope, funny experience, unseen kindness, fantasy, belief, fear, betrayal, erotic desire, feeling, confession, or childhood humiliation. Reveal anything - as long as it is true and you have never shared it with anyone before."

For more information read this journal entry [link]

Send your secret to DeviantArtSecret@gmail.com
Add a Comment:
 
:iconphantomdragons:
phantomdragons Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013
I hate it when people use a disorder as an excuse for everything. I've got ADD, which is well under control.
Unfortunately this was a bigger problem when I was little, as I was nearly put into special ed because a teacher mistook "ADD" for "Mental Impairment"
Despite the fact that I have shown, time and again that I am not "slow"(or whatever word you'd like to use to sugar coat the condition) I still think that people underestimate me, when in reality I just want to be treated like anyone else.
Reply
:iconzephyrmaximum:
ZephyrMaximum Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
A classmate of mine uses his dyslexia and ADHD as an excuse FOR EVERYTHING. I'm slightly OCD but not much. And I definitely don't tell random people I have it. Wait... OK GUYS. I HAVE OCD. I said it, there -_- Oh and by the way I um... 100th the motion that Larentia-Ariadne said XD
Reply
:iconyoru-sasayaki:
Yoru-Sasayaki Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2013   General Artist
I have OCD. I don't use it as an excuse. The person you're talking about is a sorry excuse for a person.
Reply
:iconfaith-25:
Faith-25 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2012  Hobbyist
A friend of mine took a bad period as an excuse to get attention. She pretended and then convinced herself of being depressed. For I know how it feels to ACTUALLY want to die, I was never able to call her "my friend" as I used to.
Reply
:iconpetaloftheblackrose:
PetalOfTheBlackRose Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Sounds like a 'friend' of me...
I once made a necklace and a bracelet out of daisies, and when she saw them, she started sneezing like an IDIOT. The teached said I had to take it off and gave her some water. I put off the necklace, but I forgot the bracelet. My 'friend' was all fine then, until she saw the bracelet.

SHE IMMEDEATELY STARTED SNEEZING AND COUGHING AGAIN.
Reply
:iconpkmntrainerjeff:
PKMNTrainerJeff Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
I know exactly how that feels. My little brother is the exact same way.
Reply
:iconsmaginn:
smaginn Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2009
Since I do, in fact, have OCD, this makes me feel sad, but oh so guilty as well.
Reply
:iconcrawling-meower:
Crawling-meower Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2009  Student Artisan Crafter
OCD does not work this way.
Reply
:iconheavy-hearted:
Heavy-hearted Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2009
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe OCD covers substance abuse..
Reply
:iconrayla:
Rayla Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2009
Oh, I don't agree with ~leashankle. OCD does indeed have something to do with drinking/drugs. While using them one is less prone to the compulsive behaviours, it's easier to ignore the anxiety: it's simply fading away the more drunk or high you get. :p
Reply
Add a Comment: