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I've tried the ssri's

and the ssnri's

and the benzos

and some mood stabilizers too

even a tca

wellbutrin and

stretarra came and went

but I am still so sensetive to rejection that it sucks.

I either want to die or put a ax though someone.

Could this be good ol add?

How about higher doses of a stimulant?

Any other ideas?

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Well, if you try a stimulant, at least you'll find out pretty fast if it works. But I kinda wonder if what you're describing comes from depression. I suppose it COULD have something to do with ADD. I sure was glad I'd taken my Adderall during a recent Kafkaesque encounter with some government employees.

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I've tried the ssri's

and the ssnri's

and the benzos

and some mood stabilizers too

even a tca

wellbutrin and

stretarra came and went

but I am still so sensetive to rejection that it sucks.

I either want to die or put a ax though someone.

Could this be good ol add?

How about higher doses of a stimulant?

Any other ideas?

Jamiedolan -

In addition to your psychiatrist, are you also seeing a therapist?  It's unlikely that your difficulty with rejection stems from a biological cause, and you may gain some benefit from exploring possible reasons from your past experience with a good psychotherapist.  Rejection has always been an issue with me, and I've found therapy very helpful.

Cerberus

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I'm by no means a professional....and of course noone can diagnose except your doctor

but being VERY sensitive to rejection is on symptom of atypical depression....but I agree that this feeling will most likely not be "fixed" with a chemical.  this could be an opportunity for you to work on your sense of self, and give you the ability to accept your self no matter if others don't...

hope you have a good day ;)  

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