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    if you had a mental illness, thankfully I don't have to do anything like this. But say you had siblings 8 or under and you were close to them and wanted to explain why you behaved bizarrely.

    You get me, shoot.
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    'because i wanted you to be made with absolute awesomeness, i told god he could take half mine'
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    I just said that sometimes I get a little confused and to go get our dad or go to her room.

    You'll find that children accept and understand it alot easier than adults.
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    (Original post by _brody_)
    I just said that sometimes I get a little confused and to go get our dad or go to her room.

    You'll find that children accept and understand it alot easier than adults.
    ^^ This. I don't have any younger siblings but that's the easiest way I think.
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    (Original post by _brody_)
    I just said that sometimes I get a little confused and to go get our dad or go to her room.

    You'll find that children accept and understand it alot easier than adults.
    Yeah , children are awesome.
 
 
 
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