No it's not bad at all. I went to an autism awareness panel at Avalon Expo 7 last week and it made me realize that I have a different way of learning things. I've always been lacking in social skills and that's the reason that Dear Evan Hansen struck such a chord with me because my review of Dear Evan Hansen ended up being my most personal video that I've ever done. I mean I did the review as myself and not as The Reviewer. I'm gonna take a break from doing a video this week because i need to rest after doing an emotionally draining video. I'm doing great as well. I've been coming to terms and accepting the fact that I have Non Verbal Learning Disorder. You Are Not Alone and that's why Dear Evan Hansen hit me on a personal level because hearing the line You Are Not Alone repeatedly broke me down and I'm not afraid to admit that I started bawling. I could relate to the movie because after it gets revealed what really happened, there's a shot where Evan's mom finds Evan huddled in a corner in his room because he doesn't know what to do about how something that was a misunderstanding spiraled out of control and that shot broke me because I've been in his shoes of having something happen and being scared about what might happen. I experienced that this weekend when I had someone I talked to once try to slander my name by making up a story that didn't happen but went to social media hoping that they could take me down. You are not alone and you are valid. I don't hate you and I forgive you. I forgive you but you went too far by thinking you could spin a false narrative that didn't happen.