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helpmeplease
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HELP PLEASE!

Posted by @helpmeplease, Nov 16, 2011

I am a 24 year old male. I am very shy around people and never say what’s on my mind if i say anything at all. I sleep alot and feel depressed alot of the time. I have a notebook that I make to-do lists in and life goals in that I end up barely acting on. I have all sorts of problems and there getting worse please help. Of the dozen physciatrists I have seen they all think I am not bipolar but I know it’s something more than anxiety and depression. The past 3 years since I quit Luvox 300mg a day I have been literally messed up in the head. Without the proponal and klonapin that I take I would shake and my eyes would go crazy around people. My eyes still currently are like I’m a crackhead. I am wide eyed they race everywhere when i’m around people (for instance cannot focuse on the TV when someone is around me and I keep them in my pheripherial vision the whole time for some reason. HELP This was just a quick summary of what is ruining my life literally.

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Posted by @2, Dec 11, 2011

Did you ever look into avoidant personality disorder or go to http://psymed.info and try the online test? How are you doing? I really wanted to talk to you if you think you have that. I think I do. I hope you post back.

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helpmeplease1
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Posted by @helpmeplease1, Jan 23, 2012

Ok i took the test and scored a 35 saying that I do have it which is no shock to me


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Posted by @tregg, Jan 19, 2012

See if medication will help first of all. I did for me famously. Then you need to get goals to work on-to build a life. You are no different. Irrational illogical self concepts have become a habit of your thinking causing you to withdraw. You can achieve career goals just like anyone else. Just like anyone else you have to work, put up with difficulties and persist. Get serious about life. Most important: Your attitudes towards others. Don’t hate anybody period! Understand there are people out there who condem, gossip, criticize. Nothing you can do about them. If you recieve unfair treatment use this understanding. Don’t spend time with such persons but tend to your own goals your own self. Practice kindness towards people. Old Jewish saying: Say little, do much.

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helpmeplease1
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Posted by @helpmeplease1, Jan 23, 2012

Thanks for the feedback.. if you don’t mind me asking what conditions did you have and what medications worked for you. you can post on here, email me, chat or however things are done on here (new to the site)


tregg
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Posted by @tregg, Jan 27, 2012

Don’t remember the meds it was so long ago. Conditions: disrupted sleep cycles, hopelessness, suicidal thoughts. Vigerous exercise-running and shooting baskets at the Y gave temporary relief. Lately a doctor on a radio program said they know certain parts of the brain are OVER active in a depressed person. Not underactive like you’d think. He said some depression meds do this-slow down those overactive parts. His discussion was about Psilobe mushrooms and how they do this better than most meds. And on the series Drugs on Discovery? channel a guy was suffering from migrane headaches and he grew his own mushrooms and took monthly doses which stopped the headaches.


helpmeplease1
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Posted by @helpmeplease1, Jan 23, 2012

Hey this is helpmeplease I couldn’t login so I made a new username. Thanks for the feedback. To the Anonymous reply I would love to chat and see if we could relate, post back on here…

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Posted by @questions, Jan 28, 2012

I just saw your message. I’m sending you a friend request in order to enable the ability to send you messages directly. I was your anonymous reply.
There are forums online specific to disorders and I’ve found that to be helpful. For example http://psychforums.com has one specific to avoidant personality. There’s a different one I’ve been using which I’ll mention directly when you accept my request.

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