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Re: you ever have people in your life that are..... yxibow

Posted by obsidian on December 11, 2008, at 23:05:17

In reply to Re: you ever have people in your life that are..... obsidian, posted by yxibow on December 11, 2008, at 3:21:44

> > concerned about whether or not you're "still on your meds?"
> > god, that's never a good question to hear is it?
> > "are you still taking your meds?"
> > I can't tell if people are over reacting or not.
> I don't know, I have an individual who has known me for years and I don't see it as an insult, its just concern and I appreciate that someone thinks about me.

hmmm..yeah, I don't know. I wonder if they are just thinking about me?

> > Are you trying to tell me that it isn't reasonable to be angry at the whole entire world?
> Anger at the world is a natural response to having a serious disorder and is one part of coming to terms with things. I suppose its sort of also related of the process of realizing that you can't control the world and coming to terms with what concerns you. Personally at least, I can identify that.

I don't know if I have a serious disorder or not though, that's the's just that I might do better on medication.
I really don't know Jay
I seriously can't tell

> > I can't tell.
> >
> > I guess I'll go take my meds.
> There's ways of looking at medication too, I mean, I have polypharmacy and I look at the bottles in front of me and I'm in a situation where I have to take certain medications I'd rather not have to and sometimes thoughts enter about this is the medication I don't want to take, etc. Other times I'm sort of just fatalistic about side effects and just take them as is.

oh yeah, the side effects suck
I can't stand the seroquel sedation, but it chills me out, stops the thinking, thinking, thinking
It seems harder to function on less effexor
and the klonopin just cuts the edge off, makes things a little less painful

> There's semantics to it as well and when I discuss psychotropics (which can be legal or not legal). "Meds" sounds sort of pop-pyschiatry to me. A "drug" sounds more like a street drug. I guess "medication" is what I use, personally.
> Speaking of which, I also have to take my medication.

I've got a litte pill box. It has a picture of freud on it (laying on a couch) with a little cartoon bubble thing that says ("take your meds!")
> -- tidings
> Jay




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