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Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
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RE: Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
(10-23-2013 01:32 PM)kbell Wrote:  I used to be hyperactive too so it would be weird to be impulsive again. I was on prozac for probably about 15 years. I had to get off it since it was giving me strong hand tremors. Made it difficult to draw straight lines. And I do draw a fair amount. The medication gave me a dull feeling like I had no emotions there was no highs or lows and you still had feelings of worthlessness.

Paxil I was on before, coming off that I tried to strangle myself. So no way I will try that again. I don't remember how I was on it though.

The type of therapy I get is the type where you talk and the shrink writes stuff down. He talks too so its like talking to someone in a way yet less judgmental. I have had him since I was 6 and learned how to play chess from him. He does know quite a bit about CBT, but not sure how well he would be at teaching CBT.

I wonder if people are big on the anti-judgmentalism if they simply want others to play shrink for them.

If you have been in therapy since youve been 6 and you still are depressed.... then this shit is obviously not working.

I would tell that quack to go fuck himself and look for better alternatives.

Feeling Good is really good stuff. Go check it out.
10-23-2013 01:56 PM
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