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Re: Lamdage + Rj.. et al Dissociation

Posted by undopaminergic on December 23, 2020, at 2:25:10

In reply to Re: Lamdage + Rj.. et al Dissociation undopaminergic, posted by jay2112 on December 22, 2020, at 16:13:37

> Now, you are not on any meds, right? Well,

Yes I am.

> like Dr Peter Kramer explained well, there are side effects of meds, and of not taking them. Have you been able to get any talk therapy/Psychotherapy?

Not much.

> How is your support system?

My parents are alive, and I have a brother. They're not usually involved with anything to do with my disorders.

> How are you living with DID? Does it cause any stress or discomfort?

No, unless you consider the depersonalisation-derealisation to be part of DID.

> I have a friend who is learning specifically about how to, not "treat"...I think it is only a "disorder" if it causes stress or challenges in your life...but work with people who have DID. There are so many silly, and hurtful, myths about it.

Yes, like the myth that it doesn't exist.

> I have, at times, found serotogenic meds, at high doses, helps produce a bit more endogenous serotonin, which activates a bit of cholinergic activity...which, in small doses, can have antidepressant properties.

I don't know about that. Maybe. But not if you're already hypercholinergic. I think I am.





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