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  1. Your only motivation is FEAR? For me, it is very difficult to find something worthwhile in my life. I have no further interest in my career, finding a related job, meeting somebody, visiting new places, living by myself, living life for enjoyment, etc. What keeps me going now is FEAR. FEAR of authority and FEAR of the consequences. I do things because I have to. I have to finish my online college program degree because my parents want me to (and I live in their home). I have no current interest in finding a job right after I graduate with the degree. But the FEAR of the student loan debt will eventually have to force me to get a job sooner or later. It has come to the point where the statement, "You got to do, what you got to do" probably is true. The coping strategies supplied to me from the group therapies do not work anymore now. Taking a walk, eating tasty food, self-pleasuring activities, having a pet, candy, etc. do not ease my pain or give me temporary relaxation. It has come to the point that I HAVE to stay alive because I HAVE to stay alive and work for a living now. The positive of this is that I am not suicidal. The negative of this is that there might be long-term risks to my mental health in the future. Can anybody relate?
  2. Has anybody here ever been offered a Rorschach test during long-term therapy? And why would therapist(s) even incorporate using the Rorschach test on a patient?
  3. Has anybody ever been prescribed these three medications before? Did these three combinations work for you?
  4. And you've been in therapy for 8 years too? And you have the guts to call me that? Yes, 8 years. Guts to call you what? I'm sorry, I phrased that totally wrong. I meant people who judge those of us in long term therapy are ignorant. Fuck. I totally mis-phrased that. I'm so sorry.
  5. And you've been in therapy for 8 years too? And you have the guts to call me that? Yes, 8 years. Guts to call you what? I'm sorry, I phrased that totally wrong. I meant people who judge those of us in long term therapy are ignorant. Fuck. I totally mis-phrased that. I'm so sorry.
  6. How long have you been in therapy, what was the duration, and how often were each visits? For me, 8 years.
  7. Do you have Hypersensitivity? http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/maybe-its-just-me/201210/hypersensitivity-cuts-both-ways My therapists say I am hypersensitive. Two former employers (where I volunteered at) mentioned that I take things too personally, which at the time I did not accept, but now I slowly admit. But my main therapist said there is nothing wrong with being hypersensitive because it aids in relationships. But when someone criticizes my appearance, tells me I'm weak, or literally looks down on me with their eyes, I take it too personally and I remember those events for a while. Has anybody here experienced this before? How does this affect your depression?
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