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Aha! Just as I suspected! She's nothing but a common mobile vulgaris! (part 2) - July 28th 2012, 03:32 AM

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So this is my drug diary sorry I did not keep it up I just got tired and real life blahblah it is not like no one reads this:

So update on the drugs:

Other than the ones that are listed in the link I am only on Prozac and hydrozine now but I am looking to get back onto Klonopin because it did help me sleep a lot and I honestly don't think it helped with the anxiety at all, maybe a little but not a lot.

The reason why I wanted to start this again because I had to go get medication with my mother of all people. My mother did not know and she does not know the reasons why I am on it or why they think I need it, depression is not just a feeling in my opinion. Studies have been done showing that parts of the brain function differently to a person with depression and without it.

So any way enough science talk back to why my mother had to take me to get my medication. Well my mother took me home, I am watching their house I don't want to do it without the medication because triggers are there I guess you can say.

She tried to lecture me, tell me I will be on them for the rest of my life and asked me these questions. I hate questions especially from ones from her because they are stupid really, she thinks I can't do anything by myself when I am an adult and trust my psychiatrist.
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Re: Aha! Just as I suspected! She's nothing but a common mobile vulgaris! (part 2) - July 28th 2012, 04:32 AM

I can't believe doctors are so willing to dose people up on various meds. You do not need such medication, exercise and proper eating may improve your symptoms slightly at first, add in activities, friends and the like and your outlook on life will improve greatly. Not that I am against medical treatment, it just doesn't make any damn sense to put you on medication with withdrawal symptoms equivalent to cocaine and heroin. If you wish to continue I wish you the best but, I have seen no good come of these pills other than turning my grandmother into a vegetable and potentially ruining my father even further than I thought possible.


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Re: Aha! Just as I suspected! She's nothing but a common mobile vulgaris! (part 2) - July 28th 2012, 02:54 PM

I am not good with people or any social situations, I eat fine and I am vegetarian so there is not much wrong there, I exercise, but the only thing missing is friends I guess but like I said I am not good with them.
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Re: Aha! Just as I suspected! She's nothing but a common mobile vulgaris! (part 2) - July 30th 2012, 12:49 AM

I am now at my old home, this is where I use to live before my parents rejected me for being a hoimosexual and when all those bad things that I can speak of happened.

Mostly triggering is in my old room, I went there only once to look for something but my mind went to other things. Memories, looking at the walls knowing my mom painted it some sick purple color, and almost passing out. Yes passing out. Dramatic I know but I had to run away back to downstairs.

I found my diary too almost every word on every page was I wanna run away and die. I am still that way with my family and I have kept my medication close but sleeping is the problem.

I can't sleep here.
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