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6 posts. Alias of Kruelaid.


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Advocating Devil wrote:

Ah, two more souls. I'll meet my quota in no time.

And I win.

You_know_nothing.


Kruelaid wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

Man, these pills are really weird. The anti depressants are already starting to work. After a night's rest I wake up as a blank slate emotionally speaking. I don't really start feeling anything until a few hours later, but when I do I feel much better than I have in a while.

It's starting to taper off now, though, and I can feel myself getting more frustrated with each passing minute.

Anyone else ever had experiences like that?

Yes. I took antidepressants from the time I was 12 until just over a year ago--almost 11 years. They made me feel like s&!!, a complete zombie. Now I'm finding out that they probably did some permanent damage to my nervous system. Antidepressants (especially SSRIs) are bad f*+&ing news.
Took them for three years until I got out of a rut around January. I never really felt that much difference. I think I feel more violent emotions, but it could be imagined (I don't "know myself" very well perhaps).
Everyone should read this before taking meds full time.... or medicating your kids... crap, before taking anything your doctor suggests. Unless you're really messed up and don't have time to read a book before you die of something serious. Well... use your common sense people. It's a scary and important book.

Don't read it. All our products are safe, the FDA (which is run by our former execs) said so. Our double blind studies (which are secret) indicate there are no harmful side effects caused by our products (because we ejected anyone who had a side effect immediately and struck them from the test group--and AS IF we're going to run a long term study...). Your doctor knows best (and we should know because we got him a great deal on a vacation in Bermuda).


Antiemetic?


martinaj wrote:
... Over-diagnosis is an enormous issue in fields such as this...

<Looks around nervously...>


Madclaw wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
I believe that attention starved trolls really need to get a f%%+ing life.

+1

*sigh*

Any attention even if it's bad. I have enough of that s*++ with my daughter without pandering to some Internet tween with mental issues, thank you.

I've actually been thinking about it and potentially doing some research into Trolling and thinking it may actually be a psychological disorder.

We have something coming out for this.


f!%& you shorty


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