+1 to drugs if you need them. I have an emergency xanax prescription for panic/stress attacks.
I take a small dose of Klonopin daily for temporal lobe seizures (one of its few long-term applications) and can attest that it’s true, you get accustomed to the mild sleepy-making effect quickly. Ativan is also excellent for short-term anxiety/panic treatment, but fogginess with that one is greater IMO.
No, but it does make you sleepy, but not foggy. But your body adjusts to that really quickly, and within a week it wont make you sleepy anymore, and also you can start by cutting the pills in half and working your way up in dosage pretty fast.
My only suggestion is to deal with it the way I was taught to deal with my trauma — embody the distress and bad feelings as some kind of creature (if you have time, making a drawing would help,) and in your mind, just put it on a leash and take it everywhere with you on the leash. When you start to panic or feel… Read more
Schedule everything into smaller steps. If one of your goals is to write a 20 page paper in 2 weeks make a to do list to write 2 pages which leaves you with room to edit and chill. I set daily goals and when I complete each goal I give myself a break. During that break I can do whatever I want: watch Netflix, take a… Read more
Go to the doctor/ and or psychiatrist pronto and get honest and ask or a bottle of Klonopin. Unlike long-term drugs—it is meant for short term use and does not take months like some other meds do to start working. One pill twice a day hits your system in 15 minute and makes all the difference for functioning under… Read more
The primary defect of The Red Pill is that most of the people who control where that dialogue goes have been evolutionarily deselected by women for not being interesting, attractive, empathic, masculine, kind, thoughtful, or successful. And they’re bitter as hell about it but instead of asking themselves “am I someone… Read more
I imagine there’s another word just to the left that makes that banner make more sense, but I kinda like right now that they seem to be protesting the fact that abortions can be uncomfortable.
Dude. That’s some fucked up reasoning right there. What she does on film has no bearing on what she consents to in real life. And you absolutely don’t have the right to do anything to a sex worker that she doesn’t want you to do (that’s rape, apparently you need that point it clarified).
sex workers can be raped too...