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horrorfan

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  1. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    I prefer to think of it as realistic.
  2. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    It could be. I don't know if it is, but that doesn't matter. What matters is what to do with it.
  3. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    You'd previously hinted that the medical community identifies us as diseased. My argument is "So what? Don't let that ruin you, they have some good points. Be open-minded about what it has to say." If you agree with that then I think we're done with that argument.
  4. horrorfan

    Punish the user above you

    For your punishment you must shine Darth Vader, Darth Maul, and Kylo Ren's shoes as I am defeating them.
  5. horrorfan

    Corrupt-a-wish

    I wish people would leave me wishes to corrupt... :/
  6. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    You can derail all you want. I shall have to disagree with you on that point. Tis better to know oneself than dismissively deny facts because of personal feelings. Others might call it a disease or condition, but at the end of the day you just shrug it off and take it with a grain of salt. Being open-minded means considering more than just your own opinion, which is essentially what we ask others to do for us.
  7. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    If you want to look up Adult Baby Syndrome, I think that can shed some further light on what I'm talking about as far as diaper wearing being an addiction. I am one of the individuals who has this, so I know the experience firsthand, but researchers also study this lifestyle and compile data on it. It never hurts to see what the medical community has to say.
  8. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    I appreciate the encouragement, but addiction, according to American Society of Addictive Medicine, in a nutshell (I'm paraphrasing, and you can look it up on their website if you want clarification) is characterized by the inability to constantly abstain from certain activities or substances, among other symptoms, such as cravings, dysfunctionality, and so on. Essentially according to modern medicine, my inability to go cold turkey on wearing diapers means that it is an addiction.
  9. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    What's the source for your definition of dependency? I assure you, the need to wear a diaper for recreational use is an addiction.
  10. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    @Newbee, I'd still have to get certified to practice healthcare in my location, which would require me to take and pass a state exam, which, while employers may cover that expense, do so with the understanding that the employee will work there for a minimum period of time (which I believe is a year). @Wannatripbaby, I am fully continent with no real need to wear diapers, however, when I go for periods of time without wearing, I get cravings to do so, which is characteristic of addictions.
  11. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    Don't misunderstand, I don't hate myself for it, I just try to rationalize as I go. Having been exposed to healthcare for a while, I recognize that I won't last forever and the things I do now will affect my health in the future. Since wearing diapers is one of my addictions and not a need (and not admitting it as such is only denial), that is something I have to moderate, even though I wouldn't mind staying in them. I've gone to school for IT, but since I relocated to be closer to relatives I've discovered the cold, harsh truth that the competition is fiercer than a simple associates degree. Long story short, I need a job very soon, but the only places who want me to work for them are in the healthcare industry, working a job which I am more than hesitant to get back into.
  12. horrorfan

    Punish the user above you

    Those jobs actually pay quite well. For your punishment you must live a life of poverty and never seek out pleasures, conveniences, or thrills. You are limited to three meals a day which you must prepare yourself and you may not purchase fast food to feed yourself.
  13. horrorfan

    Corrupt-a-wish

    Granted, but it is only a model. I wish that I grew younger instead of older.
  14. horrorfan

    Really don't want to do this...

    I'm not really crippled by shame so much as I don't think nursing is the correct career path for me. I've come to accept this side of me, but I also acknowledge that not everyone needs or wants to know, so my best bet of keeping this away from others is to distance myself from it, which is hard to do in a CNA role. AB/DL can actually destroy people if not managed correctly. Continual use of diapers is bad for skin, sucking on pacifiers/thumbs is bad for teeth, and the duality of switching back and forth between adulting and a childish mindset wears at one's sanity after a while. Sure it's give and take, but the more one takes, the more difficult it becomes to figure out where to draw the line. Settling for a "lesser evil" than substance abuse still doesn't make one a functional person.
  15. horrorfan

    Punish the user above you

    Your punishment is to work at a sewage treatment facility.