Anonymous; "Guys, I need help. A while ago I was diagnosed with a minor case of multiple personality disorder, and it's killing me. I can't sleep, and when I do I wake up screaming, but I keep on telling myself to keep going. I'm lucky I have such wonderful friends, but I haven't told them the severity of my situation yet. I'm wondering, should I tell them? I don't want them to be afraid or treat me differently because of it. But maybe I do need to be treated differently... Thoughts?"

anotherpointlesspersonalblog:

rarityswardrobe:

You’re very brave! Just remember that, how brave and strong you are!

But just keep in mind that staying closeted for your safety doesn’t make you a coward. Do what makes you feel comfortable and safe, and if that means not telling your friends, that’s what you need to do. 
The mod has borderline personality disorder but to feel safe she can only tell people she really trusts because people will treat her differently.
Not being able to tell people doesn’t make you lesser, you are strong no matter what! No one has a right to your recovery, and a true friend would be understanding of not being told, and a true friend would also understand just how much trust it takes to come out to them as neuroatypical. If you do have the courage to tell someone and they treat you worse for it, cut them out of your life, they were never your true friend in the first place.

If this person really does have such a problem, then he needs to tell someone about it. It’s not really a “strong or weak” issue, but simply the fact that something of that level needs a helping hand. It’s scary and not easy to go through. I went through a dark spell a few years back, myself. It was more a spiritual issue than mental, but the fact remains that having the help of those who love you makes all the difference.

This isn’t a matter of not telling anyone, of course people need to know, mainly the people most involved with recovery, aka doctors and close family. If anon is afraid of telling their friends because they’re not sure how their friends will react? Then yeah, it’s a matter of staying safe. Do not tell anyone who you’re not absolutely sure will be accepting because it’s not safe for yourself. If you do trust a friend enough, then tell them. But people need the message that needing to stay in the closet for anything doesn’t make them weak. Because all you ever see is “telling people = brave, not telling = cowardly” and that is simply not true for anything, whether it’s coming out as gay or bi or pan or coming out as trans or coming out as neuroatypical. They are all dangerous things to do and you need to make sure you’re ready, and you need to know you’re not cowardly for not being ready.

Anonymous; "Guys, I need help. A while ago I was diagnosed with a minor case of multiple personality disorder, and it's killing me. I can't sleep, and when I do I wake up screaming, but I keep on telling myself to keep going. I'm lucky I have such wonderful friends, but I haven't told them the severity of my situation yet. I'm wondering, should I tell them? I don't want them to be afraid or treat me differently because of it. But maybe I do need to be treated differently... Thoughts?"

You’re very brave! Just remember that, how brave and strong you are!

But just keep in mind that staying closeted for your safety doesn’t make you a coward. Do what makes you feel comfortable and safe, and if that means not telling your friends, that’s what you need to do. 
The mod has borderline personality disorder but to feel safe she can only tell people she really trusts because people will treat her differently.
Not being able to tell people doesn’t make you lesser, you are strong no matter what! No one has a right to your recovery, and a true friend would be understanding of not being told, and a true friend would also understand just how much trust it takes to come out to them as neuroatypical. If you do have the courage to tell someone and they treat you worse for it, cut them out of your life, they were never your true friend in the first place.

I’m judging you.And the other 5 or 6 asks that say basically the same thing.

I’m judging you.
And the other 5 or 6 asks that say basically the same thing.

ask-midnight-glow; "why did i read the url as "Rarity Sword Robe"...?"

Probably because that’s what it is. You’re the first person to get it right.


happy hearts and hooves day (V-day also ^u^ Also I love your artstyle and blog kk bye *clumsly does a strategic retreat*)

Oh thank you!!! This is so sweet!

happy hearts and hooves day (V-day also ^u^ Also I love your artstyle and blog kk bye *clumsly does a strategic retreat*)

Oh thank you!!! This is so sweet!

i got too excited and reblogged to the wrong blog but that’s okay it’s staying

Anonymous; "hi there first time question what did you think about a favorite clothes on Rarilty"

fuckyeahrarity:

Are you asking me about my favorite Rarity outfit?

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I’ve been asked this before and I still think, even with all of her new outfit appearances, it’s this one from Sweet and Elite and honestly I think it boils down to the little flowers in her tail which aren’t even apart of the actual clothing but there’s something about those flowers. They’re small. I wish I had some flowers like that for my hair.

As for my favorite outfit she has ever designed, it’s still Fluttershy’s Gala dress.

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I love the colors and how they mesh with Fluttershy’s scheme, I love the grace, the personality, and wow. That one has tiny flowers in it too.

I really love tiny flowers. This is who I am. Tiny Flower Mod.

lovemeemo; "Can u draw the mod please 😊☺😊😄😃"

 
well okay

Anonymous; "a while back i posted about being sad excpecting it to just be gleamed over, and i come back here a couple weeks later seeing that you not only saw and responded to it, you also made it known that anyone can come and vent and that you (and other anons) will listen and respond. Thank you for this, it made my day!"

I’m so very glad then!