The Top 5 Most Mentally Ill SKA-ers

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    Why pay for health insurance when you can get psychiatric care for free at SKA?

    5. Rant

    Diagnosis: Aspergers, Alcoholism

    Rant became an alcoholic after his wife divorced him. That, combined with his Aspergers, makes him a force to be reckoned with on SKA. He will spam copy and pasted comments over and over, even if no one is reading or responding to them.

    4. Mosley

    Diagnosis: PTSD, Alcoholism

    Serving in the armed forces broke this man. Matthew is a prime example of why the United States needs to stop getting involved in conflicts that we don’t belong in. His time in the service resulted in crippling PTSD which he battles using the bottle. He starts drinking in the morning and often drinks until the next. He will cry out for help on SKA at 3AM, 4AM, 5AM. “Drink Mosley. Drink Mosely.”

    3. Yoshii

    Diagnosis: Schizophrenia

    Yoshi is an incredibly intelligent and kind individual. He is the only member of SKA currently committed to a mental health institution, although the people ahead of him on this list should join him.

    2. Lisa 

    Diagnosis: Depression, Early-Onset Dementia

    Lisa’s diagnosis is an interesting one. Unlike most people on this list, she was not always mentally ill — although much of SKA always questioned her belief in Astrology. A combination of depression and early-onset dementia in recent years made her extremely susceptible to Donald Trump’s influence and QAnon conspiracy theories. Lisa lacks critical thinking skills so she believes just about anything that is put in front of her. Lisa often makes things up in her head, and gets very angry when you question her. She has been out of touch with reality for quite some time.

    1. Scotti 

    Diagnosis: Bipolar Disorder (untreated)

    Bipolar disorder tends to get worse the longer it goes untreated. Delays in diagnosis and treatment can lead to personal, social and financial problems for people like Scotti. He has struggled to hold a job or provide shelter for himself for nearly a decade. He has bounced from job to job and family member to family member in that period. We can only hope he gets the help that he needs.


    Chris Keal

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