Blart752 Posted June 2, 2011 Share Posted June 2, 2011 But do any of you view meds as either tough meds or weak meds. What I mean by that is some meds, can be helpful to help with the shameful feelings, or to bring out the shameful feelings, demasculate you So to speak. and some can just kind of toughen you up make you into some no knowledge of fear beast. The top meds that seem to take away fear for me are some assortments of antipsychotics and antidepressants. But for me some of the ones that kind of bring out some "girly" type sweaty palms/ hormones are risperdal or invega<<<brain fart ie Tegretol or maybe trileptal was said to be better to be used in men than in women(YMMV) per crazymeds website. Even though, I know everyone is different, and it is a tough world out there for both women and men. For me it seems tougher for men, because we hafta act all tough you know. I tend to think women, as a woman view men as it to be easy for them to let out their feelings. Because again not many men judge other men when they cry. But, women ususally view the world in terms of what other women think of them(in terms of generally, socially, and in dating aspects.) Such as if a women were to sleep around women would judge them for it and call them something, but if a guy does it, it is different. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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