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grimcreeper13

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  1. the harshest reality of life, and one that applies so directly to graffiti, is that real writers and people really do keep the company of their peers, and that they know the difference between peers and fans/talkers. bump LDs, BRZM, and BTUF
  2. dissing someone calling them a racist and a faggot? sounds like you're a bigot too young blood
  3. UC and bump alamo in CDC. thats whats up.
  4. This is literally my story exactly ha. almost to a T. Im also overcoming it a little bit at a time and i know that im nearing stability. I feel in control now and it controls my life much less now.. i agree that it comes with the territory. I think as artists and specifically graffiti artists were all searching for something whether we want to admit that to ourselves or not. Thanks for the insight and I hope anyone else that reads this will feel some relief as well in seeing that people have overcome it to an extent they didnt think possible. Im sure most of you can relate that there was atleast 2 or 3 months where i felt like i would much rather die than live in this dizzying state.
  5. and healthy body healthy mind is fairly accurate...sugar/caffiene/ and nearly all drugs worsen anxiety from what research ive done on it all.
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