Reblogged from doctor-winchester-sherlock
I hate how they are looked down upon as being bad people, sometimes they are conditioned this way or they became this to get away from something. When I read things that say they can’t “love” it hurts me. They can love just in their own way. Ive been in love with one for almost a year and he makes my life mean something, he has helped me so much, and if you have the balls to tell me that they “can’t” feel then you’re dead wrong. Every moment I have spent with him he shows me his love in a different way. And I miss him.
In my philosophy class this one guy uses the word so openly and wrongly that I just want to scream. This man has kept me from not only killing myself but dropping out from school. he has helped with my addictions and yes, he can be a bit aggressive but I like that. I guess its all in your taste but if your going to talk shit make sure you know at least one person who meets the standards of that thing. I bet if that kid met the love of my life he wouldn’t even be capable of changing his mind/wording.
They are the kind of people you have to get to know and they are amazing in every way, if you’re not willing to give others chances then just shut the fuck up.
Alright, before I get started, I wanna ask, has he been diagnosed with sociopathy by an actual psychiatrist?