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Re: Vicodin and Percocet for Depression linkadge

Posted by Quintal on August 13, 2007, at 9:49:46

In reply to Re: Vicodin and Percocet for Depression, posted by linkadge on August 13, 2007, at 8:54:31

>Is it my over liberal view of regarding the safety of marajuanna and or opiates?

Definitely not. I'm very liberal in my views on these substances, and benzos too, though you may not believe me on that. See below for an explanation. I like to think though, that I have a realistic appraisal of their limitations.

>Sometimes I just like to play the devils advocate. Give me a month and I may be arguing the other side of the coin.

I see that, and I do it too. I think it encourages interesting and vigorous debate, so I have no problem with it so long as we all keep it civil and try not to take it personally. I find an attitude of openness is most helpful when doing this.

>I am (genuinly) interested though in what aspect of my though process seems to indicate marajuanna usage?

Well okay, link. Since you asked, and know that this is not an attack on you, I'll tell you why I thought you might be smoking marijuana. It's because on a number of threads I've noticed you tend to bring up a great deal of what I consider to be irrelevant material, as if your thoughts go off on a tangent. Also, I think you made some comments, and I'm thinking about the one where you said I had said I could read minds here, that seem to me borderline psychotic at times. They seem to come completely out of the blue, and I've been quite shocked, and concerned by what I've read. If you go through this and the benzo thread I think you'll see what I mean. This is what happens to my own thought patterns, and nearly everyone else I know while under the influence of marijuana. So that's why I thought you might be smoking it. That combined with the fact that you had disclosed you marijuana use to the board on several previous occasions.

Maybe you do have ADHD after all link? Maybe it's ADHD combined with some quasi-psychotic personality traits - have you investigated the BPD diagnosis? I think quasi-psychotic episodes are common with that. Many people have these traits, most definitely myself, and I find they can be managed if you gain enough self-awareness and insight into your thought processes. This is probably a good first step in doing that. I apologize if this has made you feel uncomfortable, accused or embarrassed in any way. My intentions were pure.

Q


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