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Watch The Mandalorian Online Season 1 Episode 6 Chapter 6: The Prisoner

An opinion is an opinion/slating them....................amateur trolling..........................Whitei

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It took 6 tries but I finally got my wish for a proper sized episode, lets hope it becomes the norm. Did anyone else spot Maurice from The It Crowd in this great episode?.

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Watched the first 3 eps last night, well worth watching even if its just to see Ron Weasley speaking in an American accent.

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Watch FBI Online Season 1 Episode 5 Doomsday

Cheers for teaching me a new word, it will come in handy the next time I play Scrabble, "queefiing" on a triple word square could win me the game. Big fail on the "niggerjewfag" and the spam though, wrong races and very offensive making you no better than him.

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Full version here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plcx5JGxOJE

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This is a must see for all baby Yoda fans https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNYtkne2KGU

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Watch Hellier Online

Has anyone watched any of this? is it worth watching?

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Watch Supergirl Online Season 5 Episode 8 The Wrath of Rama Khan

@XSaraXPoeX You could try adding NoScript to your Firefox its a free addon, you could then disallow google temporarily or always whenever you visit onlystream. Its well worth having a script blocker as well as an adblocker for extra protection.

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Watch The Birch Online Season 1 Episode 10 I Will Be Calm

Just found 10, 11 & 12 on another site.

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Watch The Birch Online Season 1 Episode 10 I Will Be Calm

What happened to this series? There are no links after ep 9 here or on any of the other sites I checked even though the whole season should have been aired by now. Also imbd has no descriptions for ep10 onwards. Was it scrapped after ep9?

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Watch Lost in Space (2018) Online Season 2 Episode 1 TBA

Good, its getting all released on the the same day like season one. I just watched the trailer, Its going to be a Merry Christmas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63norS5kMos

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Watch Lost in Space (2018) Online Season 2 Episode 1 TBA

Another one for the Christmas list, its been such a long wait but its a good excuse to binge watch the first season again. Not a lot of good new movies about so to avoid the usual dross aired over Christmas that replaces the series I follow this is a welcome exception.

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Watch The Witcher Online

@TheTartanViking I agree, none of this would have happened if HRRoach had not tried to discredit my post here by claiming I was wrong and his B/S was fact, it was not. Even after proving him wrong time and time again he continued, I am just too stubborn to let B/S go unchecked or to let bullies have the last word. Too long has this site let his kind get away with it. They think they can rule this site by ganging up to insult and intimidate people into silence whilst having free rein to post whatever B/S the want. That time is over. I reserve the right to respond and will continue to do so as long as they give me reason to. If there is no reason then I will not respond. This stops when they stop.

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Some people just cannot admit when they are wrong. The game makers did not write the story for the series nor do they own the rights to the story, the people who worked on both projects did not write the story, they are a graphics company. Everything I have posted is correct and can be proven. Hopefully this will be enough proof for even a slack jawed moron to grasp. ........................https://www.thewrap.com/the-witcher-showrunner-says-netflix-series-will-never-adapt-the-video-games/ Netflix’s “The Witcher” is best known in the U.S. for the series of role playing video games by CD Projekt Red rather than the fantasy novels by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski that inspired the games. But if the show ever moves past the story laid out in the books like “Game of Thrones” did, Showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich says fans should definitely not expect it to mine the games for material. “Extreme long vision is no, we will not start adapting the games,” Hissrich told TheWrap during a press round table at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. “I can only attack one season at a time, I’m so excited for this one, the rest kind of makes my mind explode right now. If someone says ‘what happens in Season 7,’ sure I have thoughts. Fingers crossed, we get there.” The games, in case you’re not familiar, are a trilogy of stories that serves as a sequel to the books, picking up where they end and continuing the story of Geralt of Rivia, a famed monster hunter who keeps getting caught up in lots of major world events. So Hissrich is saying that regardless of whether “The Witcher” ever makes it past the stories told in the books, they won’t use the games as source material for further stories. So now you know.

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From the makers of the series.

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Pick apart your reviews? I posted this in reply to another person...........................".It has no relation to the Marvel comics, its origins are a popular Polish book series from the 80's that has since spawned a Polish TV series and the 3 world acclaimed Polish developed computer games. Different world,different time and different story.The only similarity is that it has monsters and they get hunted much like many shows and movies, if anything its more similar to Lord of the Rings or Conan the Barbarian." ..................................................All of which was correct but you and then you posted this...................................................This story is actually from a video game on pc playstation and probably all platforms 1, 2, and 3. The story was written by the developers of the game, or people in their employ...........................................Now you accuse me of picking apart your review lol. You are full of crap, you tried and failed to discredit what I had posted and even now you cannot admit that you are wrong.....................................................The story was written by the developers of the game, or people in their employ. No it was written by Sapkowski..........................................""i meant to say the people who made the game are making the tv show" No CD Projekt Red are not involved in making the show....................... " the game developers are making the show" No No CD Projekt Red are not making the show............................................."or people in their employ." No Platige are not in their employ, they were hired by them in the past just as they are now hired to work on the Netflix series. You have not corrected any errors or admitted that you are wrong. Don't post B/S and expect to not have it questioned. Now run along dumbass and try not to make such a fool of yourself the next time YOU try to pick apart MY review.

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"i meant to say the people who made the game are making the tv show" " the game developers are making the show. for netflix" CD Projekt Red made the Witcher computer games, they employed Platige a renowned totally different company to create the intro's to the 3 games. CD Projekt Red are NOT involved in the making of the Netflix series. Platige however will be involved in the Netflix series.

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Platige are not CD Projekt Red https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platige_Image

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Thank you for not only confirmong that I am correct but also confirming that you dont have a clue'Sean Daniel has no connection to CD Projekt Red,Netflix have no connection to CD Projekt Red and CD Projekt Red only bought the rights to the game from Sapkowski................................................"Sapkowski is the sole owner of the intellectual property. He has licensed others to use his IP as inspiration for TV/movies/games/comics/tabletop titles/etc. His word is final on what is canon and he has always stated only the books are canon." Sapkowski owns the intellectual property and grants authorization for others to use it; CDPR owns the rights to make Witcher games; SuperNOWA owns the rights to publish Witcher books Using the same directors of their intro's to produce 1 episode per season does NOT make CD Projekt Red tha makers of the show. Your first post was B/S your second post was an attempt to retract that B/S and only succeeded in further B/S and your further posts onjly prove you wrong again. If you don't want to be criticised then check the facts instead of posting B/S

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" Tomek Baginski and Jarek Sawko, two filmmakers who contributed to the games will also be involved in the project. Baginski will direct at least one episode of each season"

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@DrControversial "The Witcher is REALLY interesting when it comes to depicting racism because it’s about species, not skin color," Hissrich says. "What makes characters 'other' is the shape of their ears, height, etc. In the books, no one pays attention to skin color. In the series... no one does either."

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The people who made the games are not making the series . Sapkowski the Author of the books is however a major influence " TV series in cooperation with Netflix and Sean Daniel Company, with Tomasz Bagiński as one of the directors and Sapkowski as a creative consultant." ................................................."“I’m thrilled that Netflix will be doing an adaptation of my stories, staying true to the source material and the themes that I have spent over thirty years writing,” he said in a press release. “I’m excited about our efforts together, as well as the team assembled to shepherd these characters to life.................................................. ""Extreme long vision is no, we will not start adapting the games," ....................... However there is a small connection to the game makers CD Projekt Red. ."While the show follows the novels more closely than the accompanying game series, we know that CD Projekt Red's cinematic director, Tomas Baginski—who directed the opening cinematics in all three Witcher games—is penciled in to direct as least one episode"

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Watch The Flash (2014) Online Season 6 Episode 7 The Last Temptation of Barry Allen (1)

@Kruciphix Not sure what player you use to watch vids but VLC player is the choice of player for a lot of people, you can adjust lagging audio during playback with just a click or two, see the wiki link I posted below, it tells you how and where to get the free player from.

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Watch The Flash (2014) Online Season 6 Episode 7 The Last Temptation of Barry Allen (1)

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@Grave digger According to Netflix its the 5th of December https://www.netflix.com/se-en/title/80236118

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It has no relation to the Marvel comics, its origins are a popular Polish book series from the 80's that has since spawned a Polish TV series and the 3 world acclaimed Polish developed computer games. Different world,different time and different story.The only similarity is that it has monsters and they get hunted much like many shows and movies, if anything its more similar to Lord of the Rings or Conan the Barbarian.

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Watch Seal Team Online Season 3 Episode 5 All Along the Watchtower (1)

You would have chuckled more if you knew , the band name had far more meaning than you could know.

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ABSTRACT This research examined self‐compassion and self‐esteem as they relate to various aspects of psychological functioning. Self‐compassion entails treating oneself with kindness, recognizing one's shared humanity, and being mindful when considering negative aspects of oneself. Study 1 (N=2,187) compared self‐compassion and global self‐esteem as they relate to ego‐focused reactivity. It was found that self‐compassion predicted more stable feelings of self‐worth than self‐esteem and was less contingent on particular outcomes. Self‐compassion also had a stronger negative association with social comparison, public self‐consciousness, self‐rumination, anger, and need for cognitive closure. Self‐esteem (but not self‐compassion) was positively associated with narcissism. Study 2 (N=165) compared global self‐esteem and self‐compassion with regard to positive mood states. It was found that the two constructs were statistically equivalent predictors of happiness, optimism, and positive affect. Results from these two studies suggest that self‐compassion may be a useful alternative to global self‐esteem when considering what constitutes a healthy self‐stance.

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Watch Divorce (2016) Online Season 1 Episode 1 Pilot

Your threats are as empty as that box of Kleenex you keep next to your keyboard Matthew.

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Self-loathing is that underlying feeling that we are just not good: not good enough, not good at this, not good at that, not good at – or for –much of anything. It can be subtle, we may habitually compare ourselves to others, for instance, constantly finding fault with ourselves and putting ourselves down, with no real awareness that there is anything amiss. Or, we may listen intently to our critical inner voice while it scolds and berates us, telling us how embarrassing, stupid, or insensitive we are; refusing to challenge it even while we suffer from it. We may try to suppress this feeling of inadequacy by behaving as though we are superior to others; more intelligent, clever, intuitive, or attractive. It’s as though we have to prove that we are the absolute best in order to avoid the torrent of internal abuse waiting to pounce the moment we show any fallibility. However it is manifested, the self-loathing process is indicative of a divide that exists within all people between our healthy and realistic point of view toward ourselves and the internal enemy, or inner coach, that fights tooth and nail to assert its inimical ways of looking at ourselves and the lives we are living. The Causes of Self-Loathing According to Dr. Lisa Firestone and Joyce Catlett in the book Conquer your Critical Inner Voice, the causes of self-loathing lie in the past, when, as children, we were trying to cope with our lives in the best way possible. They explain: The nature and degree of this division within ourselves depends on the parenting we received and the early environment we experienced. Parents, like all of us, have mixed feelings toward themselves; they have things they like about themselves and they have self-critical thoughts and feelings. The same negative feelings that parents have toward themselves are unfortunately often directed toward their children as well… In addition… if a parent has unresolved feelings from either trauma or loss in his or her past, this will impact his or her reactions to his or her children. …Because of their acute sensitivity to pain and negative circumstances, children of all ages pay particular attention to, and are more affected by, even small incidences of parental anger. They may experience a parent’s anger, whether acted out or not, as being life-threatening. (Under extreme circumstances, they may be accurate in their perceptions.) In any case, children in stressful situations often feel threatened to the core of their being and frightened for their lives. During times of stress, when children are afraid, they stop identifying with themselves as the helpless child and instead identify with the verbally or physically punishing parent. The parent is assimilated or taken in as he or she is at that moment, when he or she is at his or her worst, not as he or she is every day. The child tends to take on the anger, fear, self-hatred, in fact, the whole complex of emotions the parent is experiencing at that time. And so, due to very human – hence very fallible – upbringings, we have all been subjected to situations and times in which we were made to feel like we were somehow bad, inadequate, or desperately needing to prove otherwise. Robert Firestone’s most recent work, Overcoming the Destructive Inner Voice – True Stories of Therapy and Transformation, is a book of short stories in which he relates various therapeutic experiences from his career. Self-loathing seems to be an underlying theme among many of these very personal narratives. Particularly the chapter entitled The Uninvited, in which Dr. Firestone is a student in psychology at Denver University when an old friend drops in, almost catatonic, seeking help. In fiercely funny and sharply intelligent prose Dr. Firestone describes this young man’s struggle, set against the rich backdrop of his own personal circumstances. The Self-Loathing Thought Process is Not your Conscience Often the process that underlies self-loathing, the critical inner voice or internal coach, seems as though it might just be your conscience. For instance, it may tell you about things you are doing that are not in your interest, just like your conscience does. But this process is diametrically opposed to your self-interest. Whereas your conscience will tell you not to have that one drink too many, this process first lures you into taking that drink and then attacks you viciously for having taken it. Your conscience may nag at you to revisit a conversation in which you may have not been kind for instance, and from there you can think about it and decide what you would like to do. The internal enemy either justifies your having been rude by attacking the other person, He deserved it, he is such a jerk! or berates you furiously for your part, You are always so touchy and mean. No wonder no one likes you! How to Overcome Self-Loathing No matter what circumstances you find yourself in, a nasty point of view toward yourself is never warranted. It is never in your self-interest. The proper viewpoint toward yourself should be one of friendship. Think about yourself and treat yourself as you would a close friend; respectfully and with affection. With understanding and empathy. And maybe most importantly, with a sense of easiness and humor. You are powerful in your own right, free to choose any point of view or course of action available to you. Any inner voice that defines you, either tearing you down, You are such an idiot! or building you up, You’re the smartest one in this school! is attempting to take away your power and freedom. You must be your own advocate, taking your own side in your life. There are many avenues through which to address the issue of self-loathing. First, just by becoming aware that a division exists within us allows for a more rational, reasonable assessment of events in our daily lives. Once we have identified this process as being different from honest self-reflection, we are then able to think more objectively about ourselves and the various situations we encounter. Further, there are a variety of therapy techniques geared toward helping people to address the negative ways of viewing themselves that lead to self-loathing. Challenging the tendency toward self-loathing is one of the most valuable uses of our time and energy. As we extricate ourselves from this inimical process, we become freer to experience ourselves and the lives we are living from a kindly and empowered perspective. 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Watch The Witcher Online Season 1 Episode 1 The End’s Beginning

The trailer looks very promising, time will tell if its up to GOT standards or a dud like The Shanarra Chronicles but it will be on my Christmas watch list for sure.

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Mental illness in children: Know the signs Children can develop the same mental health conditions as adults, but their symptoms may be different. Know what to watch for and how you can help. By Mayo Clinic Staff Mental illness in children can be hard for parents to identify. As a result, many children who could benefit from treatment don't get the help they need. Understand the warning signs of mental illness in children and how you can help your child cope. Why is it hard for parents to identify mental illness in children? It's typically up to the adults in a child's life to identify whether the child has a mental health concern. Unfortunately, many adults don't know the signs and symptoms of mental illness in children. Even if you know the red flags, it can be difficult to distinguish signs of a problem from normal childhood behavior. You might reason that every child displays some of these signs at some point. And children often lack the vocabulary or developmental ability to explain their concerns. Concerns about the stigma associated with mental illness, the use of certain medications, and the cost or logistical challenges of treatment might also prevent parents from seeking care for a child who has a suspected mental illness. What mental health conditions affect children? Children can develop all of the same mental health conditions as adults, but sometimes express them differently. For example, depressed children will often show more irritability than depressed adults, who more typically show sadness. Children can experience a range of mental health conditions, including: • Anxiety disorders. Children who have anxiety disorders — such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia and generalized anxiety disorder — experience anxiety as a persistent problem that interferes with their daily activities. Some worry is a normal part of every child's experience, often changing from one developmental stage to the next. However, when worry or stress makes it hard for a child to function normally, an anxiety disorder should be considered. • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This condition typically includes symptoms in difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. Some children with ADHD have symptoms in all of these categories, while others might have symptoms in only one. • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Autism spectrum disorder is a serious developmental disorder that appears in early childhood — usually before age 3. Though symptoms and severity vary, ASD always affects a child's ability to communicate and interact with others. • Eating disorders. Eating disorders — such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder — are serious, even life-threatening, conditions. Children can become so preoccupied with food and weight that they focus on little else. • Mood disorders. Mood disorders — such as depression and bipolar disorder — can cause a child to feel persistent feelings of sadness or extreme mood swings much more severe than the normal mood swings common in many people. • Schizophrenia. This chronic mental illness causes a child to lose touch with reality (psychosis). Schizophrenia most often appears in the late teens through the 20s. What are the warning signs of mental illness in children? Warning signs that your child might have a mental health condition include: • Mood changes. Look for feelings of sadness or withdrawal that last at least two weeks or severe mood swings that cause problems in relationships at home or school. • Intense feelings. Be aware of feelings of overwhelming fear for no reason — sometimes with a racing heart or fast breathing — or worries or fears intense enough to interfere with daily activities. • Behavior changes. These include drastic changes in behavior or personality, as well as dangerous or out-of-control behavior. Fighting frequently, using weapons and expressing a desire to badly hurt others also are warning signs. • Difficulty concentrating. Look for signs of trouble focusing or sitting still, both of which might lead to poor performance in school. • Unexplained weight loss. A sudden loss of appetite, frequent vomiting or use of laxatives might indicate an eating disorder. • Physical symptoms. Compared with adults, children with a mental health condition might develop headaches and stomachaches rather than sadness or anxiety. • Physical harm. Sometimes a mental health condition leads to self-injury, also called self-harm. This is the act of deliberately harming your own body, such as cutting or burning yourself. Children with a mental health condition also might develop suicidal thoughts or attempt suicide. • Substance abuse. Some kids use drugs or alcohol to try to cope with their feelings. What should I do if I suspect my child has a mental health condition? If you're concerned about your child's mental health, consult your child's doctor. Describe the behavior that concerns you. Consider talking to your child's teacher, close friends or loved ones, or other caregivers to see if they've noticed any changes in your child's behavior. Share this information with your child's doctor, too. How do health care providers diagnose mental illness in children? Mental health conditions in children are diagnosed and treated based on signs and symptoms and how the condition affects a child's daily life. There are no simple tests to determine if something is wrong. To make a diagnosis, your child's doctor might recommend that your child be evaluated by a specialist, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, mental health counselor or behavioral therapist. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will work with your child to determine if he or she has a mental health condition based on criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) — a guide published by the American Psychiatric Association that explains the signs and symptoms that mark mental health conditions. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will also look for other possible causes for your child's behavior, such as a history of medical conditions or trauma. He or she might ask you questions about your child's development, how long your child has been behaving this way, teachers' or caregivers' perceptions of the problem, and any family history of mental health conditions. Diagnosing mental illness in children can be difficult because young children often have trouble expressing their feelings, and normal development varies from child to child. Despite these challenges, a proper diagnosis is an essential part of guiding treatment. How is mental illness in children treated? Common treatment options for children who have mental health conditions include: • Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy or behavior therapy, is a way to address mental health concerns by talking with a psychologist or other mental health provider. During psychotherapy, a child might learn about his or her condition, moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy can help a child learn how to respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. • Medication. Your child's doctor or mental health provider might recommend that your child take certain medications — such as stimulants, antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, antipsychotics or mood stabilizers — to treat his or her mental health condition. Some children benefit from a combination of approaches. Consult your child's doctor or mental health provider to determine what might work best for your child, including the risks or benefits of specific medications. How can I help my child cope with mental illness? Your child needs your support now more than ever. Before a child is diagnosed with a mental health condition, parents and children commonly experience feelings of helplessness, anger and frustration. Ask your child's mental health provider for advice on how to change the way you interact with your child, as well as how to handle difficult behavior. Seek ways to relax and have fun with your child. Praise his or her strengths and abilities. Explore new stress management techniques, which might help you understand how to calmly respond to stressful situations. Consider seeking family counseling or the help of support groups, too. It's important for you and your loved ones to understand your child's illness and his or her feelings, as well as what all of you can do to help your child. To help your child succeed in school, inform your child's teachers and the school counselor that your child has a mental health condition. If necessary, work with the school staff to develop an academic plan that meets your child's needs. If you're concerned about your child's mental health, seek advice. Don't avoid getting help for your child out of shame or fear. With appropriate support, you can find out whether your child has a mental health condition and explore treatment options to help him or her thrive. Mental illness in children: Know the signs Children can develop the same mental health conditions as adults, but their symptoms may be different. Know what to watch for and how you can help. By Mayo Clinic Staff Mental illness in children can be hard for parents to identify. As a result, many children who could benefit from treatment don't get the help they need. Understand the warning signs of mental illness in children and how you can help your child cope. Why is it hard for parents to identify mental illness in children? It's typically up to the adults in a child's life to identify whether the child has a mental health concern. Unfortunately, many adults don't know the signs and symptoms of mental illness in children. Even if you know the red flags, it can be difficult to distinguish signs of a problem from normal childhood behavior. You might reason that every child displays some of these signs at some point. And children often lack the vocabulary or developmental ability to explain their concerns. Concerns about the stigma associated with mental illness, the use of certain medications, and the cost or logistical challenges of treatment might also prevent parents from seeking care for a child who has a suspected mental illness. What mental health conditions affect children? Children can develop all of the same mental health conditions as adults, but sometimes express them differently. For example, depressed children will often show more irritability than depressed adults, who more typically show sadness. Children can experience a range of mental health conditions, including: • Anxiety disorders. Children who have anxiety disorders — such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia and generalized anxiety disorder — experience anxiety as a persistent problem that interferes with their daily activities. Some worry is a normal part of every child's experience, often changing from one developmental stage to the next. However, when worry or stress makes it hard for a child to function normally, an anxiety disorder should be considered. • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This condition typically includes symptoms in difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. Some children with ADHD have symptoms in all of these categories, while others might have symptoms in only one. • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Autism spectrum disorder is a serious developmental disorder that appears in early childhood — usually before age 3. Though symptoms and severity vary, ASD always affects a child's ability to communicate and interact with others. • Eating disorders. Eating disorders — such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder — are serious, even life-threatening, conditions. Children can become so preoccupied with food and weight that they focus on little else. • Mood disorders. Mood disorders — such as depression and bipolar disorder — can cause a child to feel persistent feelings of sadness or extreme mood swings much more severe than the normal mood swings common in many people. • Schizophrenia. This chronic mental illness causes a child to lose touch with reality (psychosis). Schizophrenia most often appears in the late teens through the 20s. What are the warning signs of mental illness in children? Warning signs that your child might have a mental health condition include: • Mood changes. Look for feelings of sadness or withdrawal that last at least two weeks or severe mood swings that cause problems in relationships at home or school. • Intense feelings. Be aware of feelings of overwhelming fear for no reason — sometimes with a racing heart or fast breathing — or worries or fears intense enough to interfere with daily activities. • Behavior changes. These include drastic changes in behavior or personality, as well as dangerous or out-of-control behavior. Fighting frequently, using weapons and expressing a desire to badly hurt others also are warning signs. • Difficulty concentrating. Look for signs of trouble focusing or sitting still, both of which might lead to poor performance in school. • Unexplained weight loss. A sudden loss of appetite, frequent vomiting or use of laxatives might indicate an eating disorder. • Physical symptoms. Compared with adults, children with a mental health condition might develop headaches and stomachaches rather than sadness or anxiety. • Physical harm. Sometimes a mental health condition leads to self-injury, also called self-harm. This is the act of deliberately harming your own body, such as cutting or burning yourself. Children with a mental health condition also might develop suicidal thoughts or attempt suicide. • Substance abuse. Some kids use drugs or alcohol to try to cope with their feelings. What should I do if I suspect my child has a mental health condition? If you're concerned about your child's mental health, consult your child's doctor. Describe the behavior that concerns you. Consider talking to your child's teacher, close friends or loved ones, or other caregivers to see if they've noticed any changes in your child's behavior. Share this information with your child's doctor, too. How do health care providers diagnose mental illness in children? Mental health conditions in children are diagnosed and treated based on signs and symptoms and how the condition affects a child's daily life. There are no simple tests to determine if something is wrong. To make a diagnosis, your child's doctor might recommend that your child be evaluated by a specialist, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, mental health counselor or behavioral therapist. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will work with your child to determine if he or she has a mental health condition based on criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) — a guide published by the American Psychiatric Association that explains the signs and symptoms that mark mental health conditions. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will also look for other possible causes for your child's behavior, such as a history of medical conditions or trauma. He or she might ask you questions about your child's development, how long your child has been behaving this way, teachers' or caregivers' perceptions of the problem, and any family history of mental health conditions. Diagnosing mental illness in children can be difficult because young children often have trouble expressing their feelings, and normal development varies from child to child. Despite these challenges, a proper diagnosis is an essential part of guiding treatment. How is mental illness in children treated? Common treatment options for children who have mental health conditions include: • Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy or behavior therapy, is a way to address mental health concerns by talking with a psychologist or other mental health provider. During psychotherapy, a child might learn about his or her condition, moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy can help a child learn how to respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. • Medication. Your child's doctor or mental health provider might recommend that your child take certain medications — such as stimulants, antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, antipsychotics or mood stabilizers — to treat his or her mental health condition. Some children benefit from a combination of approaches. Consult your child's doctor or mental health provider to determine what might work best for your child, including the risks or benefits of specific medications. How can I help my child cope with mental illness? Your child needs your support now more than ever. Before a child is diagnosed with a mental health condition, parents and children commonly experience feelings of helplessness, anger and frustration. Ask your child's mental health provider for advice on how to change the way you interact with your child, as well as how to handle difficult behavior. Seek ways to relax and have fun with your child. Praise his or her strengths and abilities. Explore new stress management techniques, which might help you understand how to calmly respond to stressful situations. Consider seeking family counseling or the help of support groups, too. It's important for you and your loved ones to understand your child's illness and his or her feelings, as well as what all of you can do to help your child. To help your child succeed in school, inform your child's teachers and the school counselor that your child has a mental health condition. If necessary, work with the school staff to develop an academic plan that meets your child's needs. If you're concerned about your child's mental health, seek advice. Don't avoid getting help for your child out of shame or fear. With appropriate support, you can find out whether your child has a mental health condition and explore treatment options to help him or her thrive. Mental illness in children: Know the signs Children can develop the same mental health conditions as adults, but their symptoms may be different. Know what to watch for and how you can help. By Mayo Clinic Staff Mental illness in children can be hard for parents to identify. As a result, many children who could benefit from treatment don't get the help they need. Understand the warning signs of mental illness in children and how you can help your child cope. Why is it hard for parents to identify mental illness in children? It's typically up to the adults in a child's life to identify whether the child has a mental health concern. Unfortunately, many adults don't know the signs and symptoms of mental illness in children. Even if you know the red flags, it can be difficult to distinguish signs of a problem from normal childhood behavior. You might reason that every child displays some of these signs at some point. And children often lack the vocabulary or developmental ability to explain their concerns. Concerns about the stigma associated with mental illness, the use of certain medications, and the cost or logistical challenges of treatment might also prevent parents from seeking care for a child who has a suspected mental illness. What mental health conditions affect children? Children can develop all of the same mental health conditions as adults, but sometimes express them differently. For example, depressed children will often show more irritability than depressed adults, who more typically show sadness. Children can experience a range of mental health conditions, including: • Anxiety disorders. Children who have anxiety disorders — such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia and generalized anxiety disorder — experience anxiety as a persistent problem that interferes with their daily activities. Some worry is a normal part of every child's experience, often changing from one developmental stage to the next. However, when worry or stress makes it hard for a child to function normally, an anxiety disorder should be considered. • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This condition typically includes symptoms in difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. Some children with ADHD have symptoms in all of these categories, while others might have symptoms in only one. • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Autism spectrum disorder is a serious developmental disorder that appears in early childhood — usually before age 3. Though symptoms and severity vary, ASD always affects a child's ability to communicate and interact with others. • Eating disorders. Eating disorders — such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder — are serious, even life-threatening, conditions. Children can become so preoccupied with food and weight that they focus on little else. • Mood disorders. Mood disorders — such as depression and bipolar disorder — can cause a child to feel persistent feelings of sadness or extreme mood swings much more severe than the normal mood swings common in many people. • Schizophrenia. This chronic mental illness causes a child to lose touch with reality (psychosis). Schizophrenia most often appears in the late teens through the 20s. What are the warning signs of mental illness in children? Warning signs that your child might have a mental health condition include: • Mood changes. Look for feelings of sadness or withdrawal that last at least two weeks or severe mood swings that cause problems in relationships at home or school. • Intense feelings. Be aware of feelings of overwhelming fear for no reason — sometimes with a racing heart or fast breathing — or worries or fears intense enough to interfere with daily activities. • Behavior changes. These include drastic changes in behavior or personality, as well as dangerous or out-of-control behavior. Fighting frequently, using weapons and expressing a desire to badly hurt others also are warning signs. • Difficulty concentrating. Look for signs of trouble focusing or sitting still, both of which might lead to poor performance in school. • Unexplained weight loss. A sudden loss of appetite, frequent vomiting or use of laxatives might indicate an eating disorder. • Physical symptoms. Compared with adults, children with a mental health condition might develop headaches and stomachaches rather than sadness or anxiety. • Physical harm. Sometimes a mental health condition leads to self-injury, also called self-harm. This is the act of deliberately harming your own body, such as cutting or burning yourself. Children with a mental health condition also might develop suicidal thoughts or attempt suicide. • Substance abuse. Some kids use drugs or alcohol to try to cope with their feelings. What should I do if I suspect my child has a mental health condition? If you're concerned about your child's mental health, consult your child's doctor. Describe the behavior that concerns you. Consider talking to your child's teacher, close friends or loved ones, or other caregivers to see if they've noticed any changes in your child's behavior. Share this information with your child's doctor, too. How do health care providers diagnose mental illness in children? Mental health conditions in children are diagnosed and treated based on signs and symptoms and how the condition affects a child's daily life. There are no simple tests to determine if something is wrong. To make a diagnosis, your child's doctor might recommend that your child be evaluated by a specialist, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, mental health counselor or behavioral therapist. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will work with your child to determine if he or she has a mental health condition based on criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) — a guide published by the American Psychiatric Association that explains the signs and symptoms that mark mental health conditions. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will also look for other possible causes for your child's behavior, such as a history of medical conditions or trauma. He or she might ask you questions about your child's development, how long your child has been behaving this way, teachers' or caregivers' perceptions of the problem, and any family history of mental health conditions. Diagnosing mental illness in children can be difficult because young children often have trouble expressing their feelings, and normal development varies from child to child. Despite these challenges, a proper diagnosis is an essential part of guiding treatment. How is mental illness in children treated? Common treatment options for children who have mental health conditions include: • Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy or behavior therapy, is a way to address mental health concerns by talking with a psychologist or other mental health provider. During psychotherapy, a child might learn about his or her condition, moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy can help a child learn how to respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. • Medication. Your child's doctor or mental health provider might recommend that your child take certain medications — such as stimulants, antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, antipsychotics or mood stabilizers — to treat his or her mental health condition. Some children benefit from a combination of approaches. Consult your child's doctor or mental health provider to determine what might work best for your child, including the risks or benefits of specific medications. How can I help my child cope with mental illness? Your child needs your support now more than ever. Before a child is diagnosed with a mental health condition, parents and children commonly experience feelings of helplessness, anger and frustration. Ask your child's mental health provider for advice on how to change the way you interact with your child, as well as how to handle difficult behavior. Seek ways to relax and have fun with your child. Praise his or her strengths and abilities. Explore new stress management techniques, which might help you understand how to calmly respond to stressful situations. Consider seeking family counseling or the help of support groups, too. It's important for you and your loved ones to understand your child's illness and his or her feelings, as well as what all of you can do to help your child. To help your child succeed in school, inform your child's teachers and the school counselor that your child has a mental health condition. If necessary, work with the school staff to develop an academic plan that meets your child's needs. If you're concerned about your child's mental health, seek advice. Don't avoid getting help for your child out of shame or fear. With appropriate support, you can find out whether your child has a mental health condition and explore treatment options to help him or her thrive. Mental illness in children: Know the signs Children can develop the same mental health conditions as adults, but their symptoms may be different. Know what to watch for and how you can help. By Mayo Clinic Staff Mental illness in children can be hard for parents to identify. As a result, many children who could benefit from treatment don't get the help they need. Understand the warning signs of mental illness in children and how you can help your child cope. Why is it hard for parents to identify mental illness in children? It's typically up to the adults in a child's life to identify whether the child has a mental health concern. Unfortunately, many adults don't know the signs and symptoms of mental illness in children. Even if you know the red flags, it can be difficult to distinguish signs of a problem from normal childhood behavior. You might reason that every child displays some of these signs at some point. And children often lack the vocabulary or developmental ability to explain their concerns. Concerns about the stigma associated with mental illness, the use of certain medications, and the cost or logistical challenges of treatment might also prevent parents from seeking care for a child who has a suspected mental illness. What mental health conditions affect children? Children can develop all of the same mental health conditions as adults, but sometimes express them differently. For example, depressed children will often show more irritability than depressed adults, who more typically show sadness. Children can experience a range of mental health conditions, including: • Anxiety disorders. Children who have anxiety disorders — such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia and generalized anxiety disorder — experience anxiety as a persistent problem that interferes with their daily activities. Some worry is a normal part of every child's experience, often changing from one developmental stage to the next. However, when worry or stress makes it hard for a child to function normally, an anxiety disorder should be considered. • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This condition typically includes symptoms in difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. Some children with ADHD have symptoms in all of these categories, while others might have symptoms in only one. • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Autism spectrum disorder is a serious developmental disorder that appears in early childhood — usually before age 3. Though symptoms and severity vary, ASD always affects a child's ability to communicate and interact with others. • Eating disorders. Eating disorders — such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder — are serious, even life-threatening, conditions. Children can become so preoccupied with food and weight that they focus on little else. • Mood disorders. Mood disorders — such as depression and bipolar disorder — can cause a child to feel persistent feelings of sadness or extreme mood swings much more severe than the normal mood swings common in many people. • Schizophrenia. This chronic mental illness causes a child to lose touch with reality (psychosis). Schizophrenia most often appears in the late teens through the 20s. What are the warning signs of mental illness in children? Warning signs that your child might have a mental health condition include: • Mood changes. Look for feelings of sadness or withdrawal that last at least two weeks or severe mood swings that cause problems in relationships at home or school. • Intense feelings. Be aware of feelings of overwhelming fear for no reason — sometimes with a racing heart or fast breathing — or worries or fears intense enough to interfere with daily activities. • Behavior changes. These include drastic changes in behavior or personality, as well as dangerous or out-of-control behavior. Fighting frequently, using weapons and expressing a desire to badly hurt others also are warning signs. • Difficulty concentrating. Look for signs of trouble focusing or sitting still, both of which might lead to poor performance in school. • Unexplained weight loss. A sudden loss of appetite, frequent vomiting or use of laxatives might indicate an eating disorder. • Physical symptoms. Compared with adults, children with a mental health condition might develop headaches and stomachaches rather than sadness or anxiety. • Physical harm. Sometimes a mental health condition leads to self-injury, also called self-harm. This is the act of deliberately harming your own body, such as cutting or burning yourself. Children with a mental health condition also might develop suicidal thoughts or attempt suicide. • Substance abuse. Some kids use drugs or alcohol to try to cope with their feelings. What should I do if I suspect my child has a mental health condition? If you're concerned about your child's mental health, consult your child's doctor. Describe the behavior that concerns you. Consider talking to your child's teacher, close friends or loved ones, or other caregivers to see if they've noticed any changes in your child's behavior. Share this information with your child's doctor, too. How do health care providers diagnose mental illness in children? Mental health conditions in children are diagnosed and treated based on signs and symptoms and how the condition affects a child's daily life. There are no simple tests to determine if something is wrong. To make a diagnosis, your child's doctor might recommend that your child be evaluated by a specialist, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, mental health counselor or behavioral therapist. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will work with your child to determine if he or she has a mental health condition based on criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) — a guide published by the American Psychiatric Association that explains the signs and symptoms that mark mental health conditions. Your child's doctor or mental health provider will also look for other possible causes for your child's behavior, such as a history of medical conditions or trauma. He or she might ask you questions about your child's development, how long your child has been behaving this way, teachers' or caregivers' perceptions of the problem, and any family history of mental health conditions. Diagnosing mental illness in children can be difficult because young children often have trouble expressing their feelings, and normal development varies from child to child. Despite these challenges, a proper diagnosis is an essential part of guiding treatment. How is mental illness in children treated? Common treatment options for children who have mental health conditions include: • Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy or behavior therapy, is a way to address mental health concerns by talking with a psychologist or other mental health provider. During psychotherapy, a child might learn about his or her condition, moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy can help a child learn how to respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. • Medication. Your child's doctor or mental health provider might recommend that your child take certain medications — such as stimulants, antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, antipsychotics or mood stabilizers — to treat his or her mental health condition. Some children benefit from a combination of approaches. Consult your child's doctor or mental health provider to determine what might work best for your child, including the risks or benefits of specific medications. How can I help my child cope with mental illness? Your child needs your support now more than ever. Before a child is diagnosed with a mental health condition, parents and children commonly experience feelings of helplessness, anger and frustration. Ask your child's mental health provider for advice on how to change the way you interact with your child, as well as how to handle difficult behavior. Seek ways to relax and have fun with your child. Praise his or her strengths and abilities. Explore new stress management techniques, which might help you understand how to calmly respond to stressful situations. Consider seeking family counseling or the help of support groups, too. It's important for you and your loved ones to understand your child's illness and his or her feelings, as well as what all of you can do to help your child. To help your child succeed in school, inform your child's teachers and the school counselor that your child has a mental health condition. If necessary, work with the school staff to develop an academic plan that meets your child's needs. If you're concerned about your child's mental health, seek advice. Don't avoid getting help for your child out of shame or fear. With appropriate support, you can find out whether your child has a mental health condition and explore treatment options to help him or her thrive.

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Sorry Johnny but no time for Bubble Bobble, I am busy rehearsing with my new tribute band, we call ourselves Strained-Poo. I was having trouble finding a lead vocalist until I walked past the local abattoir and heard them slitting the throats of pigs. We will end up with a lot of pork chops after each gig but its worth it to get the authentic vocal style of our hero, maybe one day we will also have 20,000 people throwing bottles pf piss at us too.

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And you reek of sock account johnnymoronic, I simply respond to Matthew whenever he starts his trolling, it was quiet before because he was quiet, it will be quiet again when he is quiet again.

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I am sure everyone here not only greatly admires you but aspires to be just like you Matthew. SMH

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I knew you were incapable of sticking to your word Matthew, Oh how I laughed at you parroting back at me the things that many others here have rightly accused you of, such a lack of imagination is a sign of being a rank amateur troll. why don't you tell us again about all your degree's and your 20,000 adoring fans you humble small ego'ed saint.

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" We are ALL done" Good, lets all hope that this time you will stay true to your word Matthew and stop harassing me in numerous pages and on my "wall" from now on. As I told your BFF I will respond so stop giving me any reason to and all will be fluffy kittens and rainbows just like he wants but fail to and I will not be silenced by you or anybody else.

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Yet again you put 100% of the blame on me and give your boyfriend no mention when its blatantly him that is guilty of the crimes you accuse me of. "stop provoking me" really? it was you who provoked me. I made 1 comment telling your boyfriend that his stalking of me was psychotic behavior after he had made 4 aimed at me on various pages plus the 2 I posted below on my "wall" as he calls it and I am the guilty one? Well sorry but I will not be bullied by that deranged mongrel or by some alcoholic slack jawed redneck white knighting the cancer that infects this site.

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Those were 2 of his recent posts to me, and I will respond no matter what your opinion is so go fuck yourself yank.

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Oh, go ahead and write on my wall….i never read it anyway……..ask justincaseishitmypants.He'll tell ya little boy……annnnn only oe follower…and i have so many! let me each to embrace you and do just that!!!!!! Faggot

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HAHAHHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHHAAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA…NOB CHEESE ARM PIT LICKER. UNLRSS YOUR OVER 55,HAHAHAHA YOU ARE DEFINATWLY ABOIT, NORE 11, OR 12. Go grab your first kiss ( granted iy will probably from Wojo……but yeah a kiss is a kiss,,,,ssmoochy smoochy little gitl

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Tell your boyfriend not me dickhead, he pollutes these pages with every post he makes.

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Read what I wrote dickhead yank, private is not an option with your boyfriend. He is the cause of all conflict here yet you never take a pop at him do you? You must just love that twat rimming you too much to risk loosing his affection.

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@HRRoach I reserve the right to respond, tell your boyfriend to to stop running off his mouth and I would then have nothing to respond to. He has already said numerous time that he ignores mails so its not even an option. Then again maybe you could just mind your own business and go back to posting lame ass attempts at humour and inane reviews.

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Just how far up the autism scale are you Matthew?

Oh, go ahead and write on my wall….i never read it anyway……..ask justincaseishitmypants.He'll tell ya little boy……annnnn only oe follower…and i have so many! let me each to embrace you and do just that!!!!!! Faggot

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Thank you for following me Matthew but you obsession with me is starting to appear rather psychotic.

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As expected Mathew you were incapable of ignoring me, Jesus knows you are a twat and Satan is looking forward to making you into a soprano however I as your one true god just pity the mentally deranged

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@HRRoach Careful, comments like that could start WoJo off on another of his anti LBGT rants.

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"What have YOU DONE" I have repeatedly owned you Matthew. I am your God now choir boy.

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Howl all you want to Matthew but the truth is out there. So many failed bands and so many broken dreams. you poor sad angry little man.

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It looks like I will be the first person to complain about The Mandalorian but I think others may agree. Its too damn short. Each episode is only 30mins, such a great series surely deserves an hour like GOT. Star Wars movies are renowned for being of epic proportion and this series deserves to be also, 30 mins is what you expect for a cartoon . I would not even mind if it made the season half as long. Before anyone suggests that I save them for binge watching nooooooo! its way to good to have the patience to wait that long. Hopefully Disney will see that they have created a classic and will give season 2 episodes at least the run time of most series.

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@dmt4m33 " You are basically saying the show is fantastic, but they should definitely look into sacrificing quality for quantity" I said nothing of the kind. Try reading what I wrote instead of making assumptions. What I actually was that it would be better to make the episodes longer by making the season shorter.

Sounds like a compliment more than a complaint. Personally, i hate when shows needlessly stretch an episode 15-20 mins longer for no real reason other than to fill the time slot. GOT had plenty of filler episodes and plenty of worthless scenes that could have been trimmed to make it tighter and much better. You are basically saying the show is fantastic, but they should definitely look into sacrificing quality for quantity. Fuck that noise. Tell the story that is needed to be told, and leave it at that. Getting too far down the rabbit hole works for very few shows, and even the best series in existence could stand to lose some time in their episodes especially the ones with 20+ eps per season. I prefer quality over quantity every time.

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Be quiet Matthew, you have already brought enough shame onto the University of Liverpool, its time to for you to stop being the ass in Limassol .So its off the nearest dog house with you. I hear the one there needs another bitch.

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Run along then, fantasy time is over and Rick Wakeman wants his cape back.

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@Choir Boy Show me on the doll where the nasty priest touched you

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............. Sadly its looking like we will have to wait until the summer of 2020 before the titans spin off Doom Patrol airs its second season. @Site Can you please make hitting return actually return and not enter and just give us a button to click when we are ready to post our review. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

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Yes its another great show from the DC , if they can keep these standards up maybe even Marvel will realise that quality is far more important than quantity. Sadly its looking like we will have to wait until the summer of 2020 before the tirans spin off

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Only episode 2 and this series has already entertained me more than the last 7 SW movies.

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@Gimp It takes a special kind of fool to get tattoo's on his face and an even bigger one who thinks they can get the better of me, you have already given me enough info about yourself for me to know your name, D.O.B , education records, criminal records, family names and addresses both living and deceased , medical history and enough pics to fill an album all within my first couple of posts on this site whilst you have absolutely nothing on me. You really are thick as shit aren't you? If you want to proceed then be my quest but you really don't know who you are messing with and what I am capable of . I strongly advise you to give it some thought before you make a very big mistake. I shall not warn you again.

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@cvet88 & haiShi5ei Do you pair of หอย's think that there are many members here who understand Thai. ( หอย means, better to not know)

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@Kruciphixb "you are no better" Stop with the Liberal B/S, he is the cause and you know it.

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Watch The Flash (2014) Online Season 6 Episode 9 Crisis on Infinite Earths (3)

Oh look another holier than thou hypocrite, nice try little john but you are too lame to be worth the effort for now., later maybe if you can up your game to make it worthwhile.

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Watch The Flash (2014) Online Season 6 Episode 9 Crisis on Infinite Earths (3)

@johnnymorocco Exactly right, give and take...........They give me shit and I will take them down.

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@johnnymorocco As I have said before, I reserve the right to respond when attacked , save your lectures for the gimp and the hypocritic critic. My posts are the result whilst their's are the cause.

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@justincase The gimp needs a ball gag or better still an outright ban.

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Watch Treadstone Online Season 1 Episode 1 The Cicada Protocol

@SonOfWoody99 Vidoza are not too bad and there is usually a 720p to be found, none of the links here are good for Playstation users who want to DL since openload & verystream have gone, if the site wants to increase its membership numbers rockfile & hexupload links need to be added, there is a huge amount of Playstation users out there looking for a new home.

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