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Re: Anti-psychotics will numb your senses Gracie2

Posted by Else on August 2, 2001, at 22:43:30

In reply to Re: Anti-psychotics will numb your senses, posted by Gracie2 on August 2, 2001, at 22:29:57

I second that although I have never felt that way (o.k., maybe a little on Zoloft) and don't want to either.

> Some of these medications will absolutely remove all emotions, bad or good. Last year, I was heavily medicated when my husband surprised me with a new car. I was like, "Oh gee. Thanks." We can't afford new cars, and it really hurt his feelings.
> I finally got to the point where I felt like that android on Star Trek (2nd Gen), the one who wanted to be human and have emotions, but he just wasn't equipped for it. Of course I didn't miss being depressed, but I didn't like being a robot.
> I believe in psychiatric terms that this effect is known as "emotional blunting", or "emotional
> flattening". I also believe that this kind of medication should be reserved for those who are suicidal or unable to function at all because of their depression.
> Just my opinion-
> Data




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