At the end of 2019 my life took a hard downward turn, and I was more depressed than I had ever been in my life, and had seriously considered suicide, felt like life was worthless, etc etc all as a result of a very bad breakup, rejection from joining the army, and of course covid. for a long time I felt there was really nothing worth living for, and when I found gelsoft it really gave me something to throw myself into, a new hobby I felt so attached to and that I could really enjoy and fixate on to help me get through the bad times. Going around to friend gatherings and showing off my blasters, giving everyone a try and making sure it was all safe was an experience I will never forget, and it got a few other friends into the community, including another friend suffering with mental issues who really felt wonderful working on my blasters, and none of that would have ever happened without finding gelsoft. If gelsoft is practiced in a safe and ethical way, and without anyone taking advantage of the physical form of the blasters and ruining everything for those of us who practise gelsoft responsibly and safely, it is a hell of a good thing to lose.
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