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Re: mild form of Negativism like that of Schizophreni? Omidak

Posted by sigismund on September 15, 2013, at 16:46:35

In reply to mild form of Negativism like that of Schizophreni?, posted by Omidak on September 15, 2013, at 12:38:20

Yes, it is possible.

My T once described it as 'passive angry negativism'.

So OK, you resist these worthy and worthwhile activities part of you wants you to do. I understand this. I (used to) have an aversion to any form of touch, which includes any contact with reality. Yesterday I managed to do some hours of gardening with machines and stuff. I needed to chew some coca because I get into some kind of disturbed state just thinking about it. That is when I start reading, just to forget about it, how impossible it is, how it is not even worth starting, to say nothing of how it will fail and how it is misguided. With a large mouthful of coca leaves I manage to avoid that and just start, and if I have been doing this for a while, I am cheered to see evidence of previous activity which makes what needs to be done in the future more obvious. I would like to be able to start each day with even 2.5mg Dexedrine. Otherwise I can avoid whole slabs of life just reading history which, oddly, I find calming, perhaps because of the feeling of being taken away to another world.




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