Julian is SPED

Julian is SPED

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Julian is SPED. 


What does sped mean?
Sped is the two words "Special" and "Education" fused together.

Julian's Living Environment:
- Julian lives on the street, under a bridge in a cardboard box. He lives next to Jack who lives under a rock, under the bridge, and Henry in the lake in a small dingy with no food or supplies and one broken oar.

What Julian needs:
- Julian needs to be allowed to play games in class, and do what he wants. This includes using his phone in class, getting free things that he wants. Julian should get what he wants! Julian only wants to do subjects that can help him achieve his goal of being a PRO GAMER! 
- Julian needs 3 meals a day, snacks whenever he needs, air and water, and a good family environment. He also needs to be allowed toilet breaks 5 times a day. 1 Poo, and 4 Wee Wee's.

Julian would like to be adopted! OR Julian wants to be bought.

Lowest Offers:
- 50 Quid NO LESS!
- 20 Rupee's NO LESS!
- 69.420 Japanese Yen NO LESS!
- 9.11 Aus Dollars NO LESS!
- 6.66 German Marks NO LESS!

What Julian is looking for?
- Attention
- Help with his problems
- A Nice Family
- NO SIBLINGS (Attention all on him)
- Unlimited Money

What is wrong with Julian?
- In short A LOT!

- Mental illness is a general term for a group of illnesses that may include symptoms that can affect a person’s thinking, perceptions, mood or behaviour. Mental illness can make it difficult for someone to cope with work, relationships and other demands. The relationship between stress and mental illness is complex, but it is known that stress can worsen an episode of mental illness. Most people can manage their mental illness with medication, counselling or both. This page lists some of the more common mental health issues and mental illnesses. Anxiety disorders

Anxiety disorders is a group of mental health disorders that includes generalised anxiety disorders, social phobias, specific phobias (for example, agoraphobia and claustrophobia), panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and post-traumatic stress disorder. Untreated, anxiety disorders can lead to significant impairment on people’s daily lives.

For more information see: Anxiety disorders

Behavioural and emotional disorders in children

Common behaviour disorders in children include oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), conduct disorder (CD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Treatment for these mental health disorders can include therapy, education and medication.

For more information see: Behavioural disorders in children

Bipolar affective disorder

Bipolar affective disorder is a type of mood disorder, previously referred to as ‘manic depression’. A person with bipolar disorder experiences episodes of mania (elation) and depression. The person may or may not experience psychotic symptoms. The exact cause is unknown, but a genetic predisposition has been clearly established. Environmental stressors can also trigger episodes of this mental illness.

For more information see: Bipolar disorder


Depression is a mood disorder characterised by lowering of mood, loss of interest and enjoyment, and reduced energy. It is not just feeling sad. There are different types and symptoms of depression. There are varying levels of severity and symptoms related to depression. Symptoms of depression can lead to increased risk of suicidal thoughts or behaviours.

For more information see: Depression

Dissociation and dissociative disorders

Dissociation is a mental process where a person disconnects from their thoughts, feelings, memories or sense of identity. Dissociative disorders include dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, depersonalisation disorder and dissociative identity disorder.

For more information see: Dissociation and dissociative disorders

Eating disorders

Eating disorders include anorexia, bulimia nervosa and other binge eating disorders.
Eating disorders affect females and males and can have serious psychological and physical consequences.

For more information see: Eating disorders

Obsessive compulsive disorder
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder. Obsessions are recurrent thoughts, images or impulses that are intrusive and unwanted. Compulsions are time-consuming and distressing repetitive rituals. Treatments include cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), and medications

For more information see: Obsessive compulsive disorder


Paranoia is the irrational and persistent feeling that people are ‘out to get you’. Paranoia may be a symptom of conditions including paranoid personality disorder, delusional (paranoid) disorder and schizophrenia. Treatment for paranoiainclude medications and psychological support.

For more information see: Paranoia

Post-traumatic stress disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that can develop as a response to people who have experienced any traumatic event. This can be a car or other serious accident, physical or sexual assault, war-related events or torture, or natural disasters such as bushfires or floods.

For more information see: Post-traumatic stress disorder


People affected by psychosis can experience delusions, hallucinations and confused thinking.. Psychosis can occur in a number of mental illnesses, including drug-induced psychosis, schizophrenia and mood disorders. Medication and psychological support can relieve, or even eliminate, psychotic symptoms.

For more information see: Psychosis


Schizophrenia is a complex psychotic disorder characterised by disruptions to thinking and emotions, and a distorted perception of reality. Symptoms of schizophrenia vary widely but may include hallucinations, delusions, thought disorder, social withdrawal, lack of motivation and impaired thinking and memory. People with schizophrenia have a high risk of suicide. Schizophrenia is not a split personality.

For more information see: Schizophrenia

Where to get help?
- Your GP (doctor)
- Mental health services


Please Support Julian on his YouTube Channel: Jaelyin 02 and the rest of the SQUAD X Channels. Listed Below!

Main Channel: SJ Creative Studios
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CoC: Squadron X Clash
Vlog Channel: Squad Vlogs

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