I’m just fine, thank you for asking! Unfortunately I’m very busy with work at the moment, so I don’t have enough time to properly dedicated myself to this blog, but as soon as I find some free time I will post again, and hopefully also work on setting up a queue.
Oh my gosh, you found two lesbians, that totally changes EVERYTHING about this statistic based on seven billion people, thank you SO much for letting me know right away, WHEW, I sure am glad we caught that one on time.
Not as such, no. Sexual prowess can be very subjective, and different signs have different expectations and desires in bed, so I feel that a blanket “best to worst” ranking would be very misleading.
I will however work on a series of facts related to this topic, and post a ranking of the signs’ versatility, that is to say their willingness and ability to experiment with different expressions of sexual desire, and adapt to the wishes and needs of their sexual partner(s).
No worries, mine isn’t either, and I still understood you perfectly.
That said, “crazy” as you describe it has next to no place in the reality of mental illness. Some mental illnesses can warp perception (by strongly enhancing or decreasing a particular set of emotions, for instance), and hallucinations of different varieties can certainly be a component in some (yet still comparatively few) cases, however the idea of suddenly getting utterly and irredeemably lost in a fantasy world is considerably more stereotype than it is reality.
Pisces show no statistically increased likelihood of suffering from mental illness of any kind, and what you describe is actually a very common sentiment across all signs. Vivid dreams and passionate journeys into fictional realms can have us all very emotionally invested, and give us pause when it feels incredibly close to home, but to completely loose the thread of your real life in the process is not a scenario I consider especially likely.
Spend time on your work or education, establish a functional routine to take care of yourself and your living space, and remember to dedicate some time on friends and leisure time activities, if you would like to make absolutely sure that you do not get overly invested in the fictional or imaginary. Short of that though? I think you’ll be just fine.