Posted: Mar 24, 2020 1:22 am
by Thommo
Master Lawbringer wrote:And insanity doesn't mean anything coming from people that do not consider getting tortured to death as an inherently bad thing.

Needing help doesn't mean you're insane, it just means that you need help. Lots of us need help from time to time and it's nothing to be ashamed of.

And please, don't dismiss this because someone who wasn't me said something you don't like. Everyone here is an individual and speaks only for themself, not some collective, real or imagined. If you're really troubled by thoughts of demons then it's your own wellbeing that would benefit from seeing a professional, it has nothing to do with whether I said that "getting tortured to death is not an inherently bad thing"*.

*For the record I didn't though. As far as I can tell the closest anyone has come is saying it's not inherently morally good or bad to be the victim of torture, merely physically and psychologically good or bad - in contrast with the act of torturing someone which they regard to be inherently morally bad. That is to say we prohibit people from torturing, we do not praise them for being tortured.

These distinctions are not important compared to mental health though.