Discuss mental illness here. Dog-pilling normie invaders need not post here.
I think that i have schizophrenia. I did an online test and it said that i had schizophrenia.
I skipped school abit because of this. The test said that i might have periods where i could go crazy xD dindt want that to happen in school haha xD
You are welcome. The only unwelcome people are the normies who say mental illness is a meme.
My advice to everyone is to never take risperidone. I'm withdrawing from it right now, and I want to kill myself it's so bad.
There is nothing chadish on beeing schizoid. It is fucking painful.
On the one hand you want a GF/friends, on the other hand you dont give a fuck about people or what pathetic shit they talk about
>On the one hand you want a GF/friends, on the other hand you dont give a fuck about people or what pathetic shit they talk about
That's kinda true actually
>tfw girls approach you on their own
>tfw you can't be arsed to make anything of that
Been diagnosed with early symptoms of depression when I was 14, full depression diagnosis when I was 17.
Been on meds for a while, haven't been in hospital for more than one day since I was 18 (I'm 21 now).
My biggest problem is anxiety so I've been taking mostly benzodiazepines, however I only take them when I need it (or when I want to get numb, mixing them with alcohol).
I must have something, but I don't have health insurance and don't want to ask my parents for the money.
When I tell people that's my problem, they always ask "anon what's your tic? How did you find out you have it"
it's all in the brain and I show none of it, I'm constant going over all sorts of variables irrelevant to my life. Creating complex autism webs and connections in my head. Before I do something I have to convince myself it's perfect. It never is.
I'm on ssris and it makes it so I'm constantly in hind sight of my errors, and now I do stuff without thinking.
i really wish i had autism or was gay so i could just be happy
I'm on Lexapro, Zyprexa, Klonopin, Buspirone, and Hydroxyzine. It kind of works. I might need a stronger SSRI though, I've been having nonstop intrusive thoughts lately about killing myself.
You don't. It's impossible to have the energy to fight it back, so you have to change your medication (or dosage) until it works so you have the energy to fix whatever you think can be fixed in your life.
I've been changing medicine and dosage for more than a year and still don't have the energy to do anything.
Anyone have experience with employment gaps and seeking employment? Do low-tier employers (fast food, warm body security) care about a year long gap that much?
looking to get back into the workforce