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About a month ago things were roling along pretty smoothly in the life of Dionysus Family life was going aight school was aight friends were sweet and rugby had just started for the season There were the usual worries of everyday life but Dionysus felt in control of his life We all love that feeling dont we when we feel like everythings under control its great Life though doesnt care much what we think it just plods on regardless and soon enough Dionysus pride led him to a fall He fell sick Nothing overly tragic but enough to remind him that there were forces beyond his control and that his life was far from his own No more rugby no more socializing school suddenly loomed daunting and it all seemed about to crash down upon him It was while overwhelmed by the sudden loss of control and a feeling of impotence that Dionysus first encountered and experience he deemed to term freaking out Its a complete loss of control or more accurately an inability to deal with not being in control Dionysus eating habits degenerated He withdrew from the world presenting a mask for his friends and parents while he fought an imaginary battle with in himself He began to place blame Subject to bad conscience he placed it on himself subject to anger he placed it on others and subject to ignorance he placed it on God As Dionysus plunged himself into this battle that could not be won he grew angry He became a cynic spying faults in everything and everyone around him He became bitter and what before had been a vague darkness on the horizon manifested itself as a very real cloud over Dionysus world Crying himself to sleep and lost between conflicting cries of rage and apathy Dionysus pictured himself as being in the deepest depth of despair But this view was ignorant and uninformed
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