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Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’ (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.
These are unreal.
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—JUST A WARNING— For people that are suffering from a personality disorder or any other mental illness and aren’t in a great place at the moment, it might be triggering to read this.
This book extremely judgemental and stereotypical. I just screencaped the section on personality disorders. I was shocked reading it.
This is the description of the book in the app store:
"The most exciting information about Mental Health! Everything you need to know about mental health is included in this special report:
* Questions to Ask Mental Health Experts
* Mental Health Symptoms
* Relating to Others with Disabilities
* Understanding Mental Illness
This is the most comprehensive report on mental health you will ever read! Not only does it include detailed information about numerous types of mental illness but it also includes tips on how to relate to individuals with mental illness”
It doesn’t help you understand it nor help people try to relate to it. It mentions why certain people suffering from mental illness are dangerous and would commit a homicide. OCD sufferings supposedly commit murder slowly? Being around these people are putting yourself in extreme danger. What the hell…
This is disgusting. Personality disorders are one of the most misunderstood mental illness and very complex. It can not be generalised like this and especially like it’s written there. It’s ridiculous.
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In the center of this odd, forgotten cemetery is what many call “The Alter Ring”- a barren circle of trees believed to be used as a portal to the dark side. Adventurers have reported finding coins on top of the surrounding grave markers, an act that resembles the Greek practice of paying Charon the ferryman to take you across the River Styx.