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Tattoos and mental illness
#1
Tattoos and mental illness
https://psychcentral.com/news/2019/01/27...42332.html

While overall health seems unchanged due ink - this study shows a correlation with tattoos and mental health problems, likelyhood of incarceration and more sex partners than non-inked people.

I suppose the added sex partners could be looked at as a bonus - unless you're incarcerated - then not so much.
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#2
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
(September 2, 2019 at 8:23 am)onlinebiker Wrote: https://psychcentral.com/news/2019/01/27...42332.html

While overall health seems unchanged due ink - this study shows a correlation with tattoos and mental health problems, likelyhood of incarceration and more sex partners than non-inked people.

I suppose the added sex partners could be looked at as a bonus - unless you're incarcerated - then not so much.

Hard to disagree with.  I've been incarcerated, institutionalized, and I got laid a lot.  I have three tattoos.

Boru
'A man is accepted into a church for what he believes.  He is turned out for what he knows.' - Mark Twain
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#3
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
One tat, done at Pinky's, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, Jan. 13th, 1970. There were 24 more identical tats done that day.

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#4
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
Don' cha love it when something works as advertised?


Cool
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#5
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
(September 2, 2019 at 8:23 am)onlinebiker Wrote: https://psychcentral.com/news/2019/01/27...42332.html

While overall health seems unchanged due ink - this study shows a correlation with tattoos and mental health problems, likelyhood of incarceration and more sex partners than non-inked people.

I suppose the added sex partners could be looked at as a bonus - unless you're incarcerated - then not so much.

Oh FFS.

Never been incarcerated.  Been married and monogamous for 27 years and before that for 7 years.  Got my first tattoo about 30 years ago.

Popcorn

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RE: Tattoos and mental illness
(September 2, 2019 at 9:27 am)arewethereyet Wrote:
(September 2, 2019 at 8:23 am)onlinebiker Wrote: https://psychcentral.com/news/2019/01/27...42332.html

While overall health seems unchanged due ink - this study shows a correlation with tattoos and mental health problems, likelyhood of incarceration and more sex partners than non-inked people.

I suppose the added sex partners could be looked at as a bonus - unless you're incarcerated - then not so much.

Oh FFS.

Never been incarcerated.  Been married and monogamous for 27 years and before that for 7 years.  Got my first tattoo about 30 years ago.

I guess they can use you as the one end of the Bell curve.
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#7
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
Incarcerated, yes. Sex partners, yes. Tattoos, no. Crazy, yes. Another statistical outlier...though I have been monogamous for 38 years now.
I never thought I'd live long enough to become a grumpy old bastard. Here I am, killing it!
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#8
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
No tats.

Never been locked up.

Crazy? Suffer from depression.

Sexual partners? Average.
Sanity adjacent.


Angel





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#9
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
(September 2, 2019 at 3:42 pm)The Valkyrie Wrote: Sexual partners?  Average.

You poor girl.



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#10
RE: Tattoos and mental illness
She's talking about overall size.
She doesn't want to spend all night digging holes. :-)




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