"Sometimes I think I have felt everything I'm ever gonna feel, and from here on out I'm not gonna feel anything new... just... lesser versions of what I've already felt."

Perspectives of a Shared Experience

Watching The Adderall Diaries was interesting. Acting and dialogue could have been a lot better, however it poses an interesting dilemma that probably causes 80% of my issues. Considering I am a person who looks at the past a lot, I'm wondering how much of it was reality and how much of it is something I wrote in my own head. What if I write my own heroes and victims in the story I'm writing in my memories? Do I have to compartmentalize people into good and evil and make them fit my limited boxes of roles in life? Can people really be good vs. evil? How do we combat this perspective when we grow up to learn these roles and it is so deeply rooted in us?