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Re: Rejection sensitivity and MAOIs

Posted by ixus on April 4, 2005, at 8:00:03

In reply to Rejection sensitivity and MAOIs, posted by ed_uk on April 2, 2005, at 7:26:49

Hi Ed,
you SHOULD try another option for your condition.
If I were your I would go for MAOI +/- risperidone/olanzapine +/- benzo. Remember, you have one life, time is running.

> I often feel that people are rejecting me- even when they are probably not. I tend to over-react and 'make a mountain out of a molehill'. My reactions to percieved insults are often extrenely vicious and way out of proportion. I usually get very upset if I feel that I'm being rejected- sometimes I go into a rage. I am very sensitive to what my friends say to me, I often interpret their words as criticism.
> Sometimes I think that people are angry with me, or that they think I'm stupid. If I am feeling rejected, I often spend all day thinking about it, I cannot get it out of my mind.
> I am very easily disappointed. I over-react to setbacks and often feel that I cannot cope, I am very easily overwhelmed. A have very little motivation and am not doing well with my studies. I often 'give up before I have even started'.
> I sleep a LOT- sometimes because I am tired and other times as an escape. I react to stress in an escapist fashion, often by sleeping. I often feel extremely weak and lethargic.
> I want to try an MAOI. What do you think? SSRIs do not help me very much although they do reduce my anxiety and OCD. SSRIs increase my hypersomnia and lack of motivation. I do not have any OCD symptoms at the moment.
> Ed x




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