If your going to poke fun at those living with DiD,

We would suggest doing it in a less shameful, less unfunny, stereotypical and frankly, creepy way.  All of their ads are really kind of gross and creepy. I actually gagged, watching one of them.

No one should have to buy anyone anything to prove their love to someone else (Especially conflict diamonds) and adding a real mental illness that real people suffer with isn’t funny, either. 70 percent of people living with DiD attempt suicide. That is a HUGE number. Living with DiD will completely destroy your entire life, in a heartbeat, a single breath.

We will let you, our lovely readers make up your mind, for yourself. Grrrr.  –Kayleigh Marie

The image of death

“Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds”  –J. Robert Oppenheimer (Bhagavad-Gita)

20 bucks to the lovely reader out there can correctly identify the hidden origins of this image (Death with the Scythe):

The image of death holding a scythe goes wayyyy back. Any lovely soul
want to take a guess at the origins of it? The comments are open!

Major props to the artist, who is here.

Kayleigh’s Recovery Echo.

Hello lovely readers! We have been quiet as a battle for control has been raging. Kayleigh, upset with revelations had by all, decided to try and go on the warpath. This echo, expressed by Kayleigh is Mike and Mark slamming her to the pavement, disarmed to face some serious, harsh truths. Note, they aren’t careful with her, forceful. She is certainly frightened.

This entire scene is critically important but what’s most important about is is the clouds and the leaves. Long story for another time. Kayleigh, is terrified of what’s coming, in recovery and she had been echoing this fear for years, in music and video millions of times, driving us (And others) literally, crazy.

Kayleigh, disarmed and forced to face recovery, whether she
likes it or not. She knew this day was coming. Note again, 3 characters. This
is also a MOT Echo (Drowning) – There is water in the scene.