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1 hour ago, cakepop said:

Thank you! I took some Restoril/Temazepam last night and had a decent nights sleep. I feel MUCH better today (so far). I agree about the Geodon now that I am thinking more clearly. I took my morning dose of Geodon a little bit ago. My medications will resume now. :)

I’m having an issue too. The tip of my thumb won’t stop burning because the devil is touching it. 🤔

I think that is an excellent choice! A larger dose will probably be required so please be patient and give it a fair chance to do its job. You definitely need an AP right now to address your symptoms. I’m glad you got some good rest. 

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12 hours ago, cakepop said:

Thank you! I took some Restoril/Temazepam last night and had a decent nights sleep. I feel MUCH better today (so far). I agree about the Geodon now that I am thinking more clearly. I took my morning dose of Geodon a little bit ago. My medications will resume now. :)

I’m having an issue too. The tip of my thumb won’t stop burning because the devil is touching it. 🤔

Christ! Sorry I replied 3x...it kept hanging instead of sending so I didn’t think anything went through. 

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12 hours ago, cakepop said:

Thank you! I took some Restoril/Temazepam last night and had a decent nights sleep. I feel MUCH better today (so far). I agree about the Geodon now that I am thinking more clearly. I took my morning dose of Geodon a little bit ago. My medications will resume now. :)

I’m having an issue too. The tip of my thumb won’t stop burning because the devil is touching it. 🤔

Ditto from above. !

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Was watching cheddar news on roku and they brought up Maslows hierarchy and there went everything. I wish I was a normie. 😢 feeling hopeless. 

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44 minutes ago, DammitJanet said:

Was watching cheddar news on roku and they brought up Maslows hierarchy and there went everything. I wish I was a normie. 😢 feeling hopeless. 

I HATE when that shit pops up out of no where and blindsided you. Unexpected triggers suck moose balls

I'm sick and COMPLETELY lost my voice

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Oh my fucking god what is happening to me. It has to be the gd Adderall. I think. Was on vyvanse and we wanted to see if it was causing my sudden extreme anxiety but no way it’s worse now!  I’m grouchy nonstop right now and not normal grouchy either! Was getting my eyes examined and some toddlers were in the lobby crying and I almost lost my shit and walked out of the appointment! I’m grouchy with Abby cause she wants a walk and I just cannot. I was trying to get a chiropractor appointment for the first time and they were all listed in my insurance database and all of them said NO we don’t take that specific type of United healthcare! And I hung up on two of them! I want the old me back! 😢😢😢

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As close to suicidal as a person could possibly be without actually wanting to commit suicide.

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54 minutes ago, Gearhead said:

This made me bark with laughter.

Are you sure you are not spending too much time with your dogs?

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6 minutes ago, jt07 said:

Are you sure you are not spending too much time with your dogs?

Is that a thing?

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One moment I feel crushing depression the next I feel like the government is trying to kill me then I feel so happy like I just had a spiritual experience then just "normal"

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19 hours ago, Gearhead said:

Is that a thing?

Until yesterday, I didn't think it was a thing. However, I never saw anyone talking about barking until yesterday either.

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i got a job! it's kind of a general assistant deal in a garage door company in town. i'll be doing bookkeeping, sales, inventory, filing, cleaning, invoicing, and even helping with installs. i'm starting on monday by going with my boss to meet our suppliers. i'm flopping back and forth between excited euphoria about how cool it'll be to learn all of this and horrible "oh god what have i gotten myself into" dread. i know it'll be fine once i know the ropes, but man, the learning phase is stressful... i'm afraid of looking stupid! gotta keep reminding myself that they wouldn't have hired me if they didn't think i could do this.

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Horrible physical anxiety. Can barely breathe. 

Of course, I’m trying to decide on a mattress online without having tried it first so that’s probably not helping. 

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1 hour ago, DammitJanet said:

Horrible physical anxiety. Can barely breathe. 

Of course, I’m trying to decide on a mattress online without having tried it first so that’s probably not helping. 

I would imagine it's not.

Can you try an ice pack on your neck? 

Shopping online is stressful. Especially something like a matress. I'm sure it's going to be nice and comfy though. Brand new. So good for your back.

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A bit relieved. Still anxious though.

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