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    Dang. Lots to reply to here. I hate leaving people hanging, but I probably won't be able to reply until sometime over the weekend.
     
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    Agreed. Great post. +1
     
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    Drugs = Might work but come with a whole heap of other problems

    Therapist = Might work but is expensive and comes with a social stigma that you may or may not care about

    Exercise = Will work. Will make you fitter. Will make you healthier. Will make you happier. Can be done completely free. No negative consequences.

    The question is, do you want the easy option or the option that will work?
     
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    Yeah that is true about exercise, Army psychologists did a study about certain activities and their correlation to de-stress us soldiers. They found out that exercise is not only effective, but that the effects last longer than say playing video games, and exercise cannot be over done in regard to making it a destressor. But there can be negative consequences, poor form will cause those though.
     
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    yeah, not warming up first, falling over and stuff like that can injure you. It's assumed you would do it right though.

    It's sort of like saying a drug doesn't have any side effects. Well, maybe it doesn't if you take the proper dosage but if you took 300 of them at the same time I bet it would
     
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    My vote is for all of them.
     
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    Well, most other people seem to not have this problem, and it is affecting me negatively so that makes it unhealthy.

    Yeah, I agree. I feel like my anxiety helps me in many ways. It keeps me alert an focused and motivated. But sometimes it gets out of control. I just wish I could walk into a room full of people and not be bothered by it, for example. Last week was first week of class and I was sitting on needles. I absolutely hate it when the teacher insists on everyone doing their own introduction. Stupid.
     
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    That's true, but my theory is that they worry about people using it to self-medicate (--> no need for prescription drugs) and to feel better and happier in general. It's just easier to profit off of unhappy people.
     
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    I only took 30x and I suck at bongs so I didn't feel it as much as other people I was doing it with did. I did feel like gravity was completely fucked though, like I was in a shoe box and someone was turning it and turning it.

    I went to sleep after a while though because I was really tired.

    Someone I was doing it with went into different galaxies and dimensions and shit, and was talking about how the table had a different reality to itself. He also smeared his own saliva all over his face and dribbled a lot. :D
     
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    Heey, thanks. :) What do you mean by "awkward" exactly? I'm probably pretty awkward. Maybe not the things I say, just how I act.
     
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    Most of the time I don't feel like I need to escape it. But if something shitty happens it gets real bad. I had something happen to me regarding classes and registration which lead to my schedule being completely f*cked up (school at 9 am on a saturday? really?) and no faculty person from school gave a shit. My hate for people deepened. Then something amazing happened! The head dean understood my situation and let me enroll into better classes, eventhough we were already one week into classes.

    Creative outlet... not really. I try to write but that doesn't work. I like to exercise to burn some energy.

    Hmm, i fret about... people. trying my hardest to avoid them so that they wont judge me or create conflict or misunderstandings. I guess the pattern is people. I think I assume everyone is my enemy until someone proves me wrong. I'd be more neat to assume everyone is my friend until someone proves me wrong.
     
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    I like that you care. Most of the time I'll be fine, but then sometimes it'll get bad. And that's when I'm depressed and don't really care too much what happens. I dunno if I'd get easily addicted to drugs, but who knows.

    Honestly, I was in a bad place when I posted this thread. I touched on it a little, but yeah -- I had to deal with the most stupid people ever and I felt so sad and lonely because humanity had failed me once again. That feeling is always lingering there, but most of the time I'm okay. I think the loneliness is what sets off he anxiety most of the time. So the reason for my bad feelings goes: my student loan money came in late and I had to register for crappy classes, beliving I could add and drop classes once classes started. That was not true. I was stuck wih the shittiest schedule known to mankind and nobody was willing to help or even treat me nicely. I talked to my "advisor" (and I use that term very lightly) and she basically yelled at me for "not having my priorities straight". Really? Then I had to deal with admissions people who literally hung up on me after me asking 2 generic questions in a normal, calm voice. Do I deserve that? I am so so deeply dissapointed by people and how stupid they are. There's more to the story, but it's long and boring. Then I'll get into that mood and telling people only makes it worse because their responses will make me realize that they're the same in the sense that they don't understand my sensitivy, my high sense of integrity, or my nontolerance for bullshit. I know I probably seem like an evil bitch to them, but what they don't see is that my behavior is justified most of the time.

    Ehhh... yah. That was my story. Take care of yourself and I'll do the same.
     
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    Welcome to the world of mental illness.
     
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    [MENTION=2926]Bird[/MENTION]
    Is that what it feels like for you? They showed us this video in my Psych class about people with schizophrenia, and how they made these "schizo-goggles" that you wear to see what a schizophrenic person might see when they have a hallucination. Scary.
     
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    I am proud to say ... I have never done drugs. :D (surprising...yes I know, I actually do have brain cells)
     
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    [MENTION=4423]Sriracha[/MENTION]

    That's probably a good thing. Some of them are really, really bad for you.
     
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    I'm totally aware. You wanna talk about Juvenile Court and how Meth can take yer chirrens away? :D
     
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    Smoked weed liek twice, that's about it.
     
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    No...?
     
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    All at the same time? If so, count me in!
     
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