Should “Crazy” be an Adjective?

I don’t think that it should be.

I hate when people call other people crazy.

I mean I don’t mind if it’s a humorous situation and it’s just your friends saying it as a joke about yourself.

I hate it when oblivious people use it as an adjective to label someone they don’t even know.

Especially towards someone with a mental illness.

I mean it’s just so rude.

That person absolutely has no idea what goes on in the “crazy” person’s mind. Who are they to judge?

I just don’t think that crazy should be an adjective anymore. I  mean sure, there might be some unbelievably crazy people out there, but I don’t think that any of them should be labeled as purely crazy.

Everyone has a history, a story, a reason.

Just like I believe that things happen for a reason, people are the way they are for a reason.

It’s unfair when an ignorant person labels someone else as “crazy.”

What are your thoughts?

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17 thoughts on “Should “Crazy” be an Adjective?

  1. Gabrielle Beverly (The Gabby Diaries) says:

    This post really made me smile. I was diagnosed with bipolar back in ’08 and at first before finding out, yea calling your friends crazy was humorous. But once I told them that I was bipolar, they thought I was joking about it when really it was serious for me back then. That was in high school, now I am more humble and learned that at times it not ok to call someone crazy if they are dealing with mental health so thank you for this post 😊😊😊 love it

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    • Aw first of all I’m so happy that this post made you happy and you liked it 🙂 I’m glad that you’ve become more humble and have matured. Plus you’re really brave for telling your friends that you’re bipolar. I could never tell my friends that I have anxiety

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      • Gabrielle Beverly (The Gabby Diaries) says:

        Awww thank you. And yeah, once my mom and I found the help that I needed, I started seeing a psychiatrist. She told me that one of the things to help cope with my bipolar (and I think any kind of mental health issue) is to have a support group. When I found out I had it during my senior year of high school, my “so-called” friends laughed and eventually we all just went our separate ways. But once I got older, going into my college years, I made new friends that were true friends so when I told them, they still accepted me. What made me smile was that they wanted to know what it was like for me so it was a lot easier to talk to them about it 😊

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      • Gabrielle Beverly (The Gabby Diaries) says:

        😊 thank you, and I can’t wait to read more posts in the future. Just getting back into blogging again so trying to get back into the groove 😂😂😂

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      • Gabrielle Beverly (The Gabby Diaries) says:

        Lol I understand. I originally had this blog up, and was using for most of last year (started this past summer) but it just seemed that no matter how many times how I thought I would write out a post, it just didn’t turn out right. At times, it just got so tiring that I would literally tucker myself. Now, I just write just like I would in my journal. 😊😊😊

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      • That’s sometimes how I feel. And I really don’t like writing posts where it’s like I’m forcing them out of myself. It’s so much better if your posts are natural and it’s great that you found what you want to write about 🙂 I hope it sticks with you!

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      • Gabrielle Beverly (The Gabby Diaries) says:

        Thank you and yes, so far, it feels so much better to just write like it’s my journal. So don’t worry, there will be plenty more to come. 😊😊😊

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