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Eye flirting. Catching someone glimpse at you, then constantly checking to see if you can catch their eyes again. No words are said, and there’s a distance between you two. You continue what you were doing, then a minute after , you look again. It feels as if no one’s around, it’s just you two. Minutes later you find yourself staring into their eyes as they stare into yours. You both see each other’s smiles as you both don’t realize it.. - Witty Profiles Quote 6469625…

Eye flirting. Catching someone glimpse at you, then constantly checking to see if you can catch their eyes again. No words are said, and there’s a distance between you two. You continue what you were doing, then a minute after , you look again. It feels as if no one’s around, it’s just you two. Minutes later you find yourself staring into their eyes as they stare into yours. You both see each other’s smiles as you both don’t realize it.. - Witty Profiles Quote 6469625…

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Labeling: Mental illness is definitely something labeled in society. Sometimes people refer to individuals with mental illness as being "mentally retarded" or "psycho." People may label these individuals as "less of a person" than a person without a mental illness. These labels go on and on, like things such as "crazy", "mad", "stupid", etc. People may also consider these individuals as a danger to society if they are not medicated, hospitalized, or are in public without proper supervision.

Labeling: Mental illness is definitely something labeled in society. Sometimes people refer to individuals with mental illness as being "mentally retarded" or "psycho." People may label these individuals as "less of a person" than a person without a mental illness. These labels go on and on, like things such as "crazy", "mad", "stupid", etc. People may also consider these individuals as a danger to society if they are not medicated, hospitalized, or are in public without proper supervision.