I have a question that mastodon is probably off the beaten track enough for. I've been having some problems with my mental health recently, anxiety, depression, stuff like that. In the last few days I've been catching up with people I manage who I've not talked to in a while as I've basically tried to make myself absent when I've been unable to cope. My strategy in these catch ups has been to be pretty honest. But is this the right thing to do? Should you be honest about MH as a manager?
My first and most popular song. In which I reveal my jealousy of small dogs. Why do they seem to enjoy the world so happily and so simply? Why can't i? https://soundcloud.com/rsslldnphy/small-dogs
This was me making an attempt to learn how to make "proper" music, but in the end I realised I'd rather just carry on making "trash", thank you very much. Still like it tho. https://soundcloud.com/rsslldnphy/raining-cats-and-dogs
It's pretty suspicious that we just assume that dogs exist tbh. What did we do to deserve them? Nothing, that's what. It's more likely they don't exist than they do. That's what this song is about: https://soundcloud.com/rsslldnphy/we-dont-deserve-dogs
Did you know that there's no evidence for sniffer dogs? It's all bullshit. They're just there to legitimize the racism of the police. This is a song about that. https://soundcloud.com/rsslldnphy/sniff-butts-not-bombs
Mark E Smith died recently, and I was sad about it despite him being a dickhead. This is a song about it: https://soundcloud.com/rsslldnphy/i-think-my-dog-is-the-reincarnation-of-mark-e-smith
This is a song about my mum's dog, Molly, learning how to swim for the first time thanks to some... help... from me. She's not got long left, poor doggy. https://soundcloud.com/rsslldnphy/molly-loves-swimming
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