Aw. Found on tumblr.. I'm going to come off as an ignorant asshole here, but I really don't understand how someone can be on antidepressants. I've felt depressed a lot of times but t taste the Rainbow
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#20 - funkmasterflex
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I'm going to come off as an ignorant asshole here, but I really don't understand how someone can be on antidepressants. I've felt depressed a lot of times but then I realize depression is just a mood, not a disease. People in my school use depression as an excuse for everything they do, I work extremely hard to make high honors in school and some bitch comes in and says she can't do her school work because she's sad and has so many problems and the teachers basically do all her work for her. so god damn annoying, I can understand being upset, but at some point in time you just have to stop being a pussy and take on the world like a man. god I hate whiny suburban middle class people bitching about their problems. really grinds my gears
#134 to #20 - DrBobsPatient
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Too bad it is a medical problem. I've been diagnosed mood swings/severe depression for 12-13 years. I've been able to succeed in life, but it never leaves.
#172 to #20 - KellyisAwesome
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I know what you mean but I don't agree. I too have a friend (honestly I don't really see her so much anymore because she really brings me down) who use her sickness as an excuse. Like even if I want to watch a special movie she uses her sickness as an excuse and can be all like 'oh no, I can handle that right now'. She weighs 130 kg, are on welfare and live in a home with other 'sick' people where people make food for her everyday just because she can't be bothered to do anything.

But depressions are real. My dad who have allways been active and a seargent in the army suddenly started getting a lot of clots in his heart. He have always been fit but it runs in the family. We're talking ten clots inthe heart in 7 years. He got really depressed and just stopped doing things because he couldn't be as active as he used to and was near deatch so many times. He's now hospitalized at a psychiatric hospital and undergoing electro-shock therapy while getting antideppressant.

TLDR depression is not a joke, some just uses it as an advantage to not do anything.
#179 to #20 - anon
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To be fair there is a difference between 'feeling depressed' and depression. Depression is actually a mental illness where you find it difficult to feel anything but depressed whatever happens.
#196 to #20 - anon
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>I get sad sometimes! CLEARLY DEPRESSION IS FAKE AND gay NOT LIKE MY BADASS TEENAGE SELF.
#266 to #20 - anon
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>Depression is just a mood

Oh god my sides.
People, this guy has found the cure to depression, its just a mood. Why haven't i thought of that, that is just brilliant. Give this guy a Nobel prize for making the world a better place.
#308 to #20 - organicglory
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There are people who have clinical depression, where you just generally feel like ****, even if life is good for you, but if your like me, who is depressed because life is a bitch in each and every way, anti-depressants dont do anything
#34 to #20 - CRosBY
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There's a difference between unhappy and depressed.
#184 to #20 - hunterxxll
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I get where you're coming from but it is genuinely a problem for some. I don't have it myself but I'm being treated for schizophrenia and psychosis so I can see where they come from. I think anti-depressants are more of a placebo type method of treating someone, but this comic explains it pretty well to me...
#352 to #20 - grundo
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I was suicidal and may be dead right now if I wasn't taking my anti depressants...
#35 to #20 - telmarine
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they are over prescribed BUT it is a serious condition due to an imbalence of seritonin in the brain. fun fact depression has actually been a major motivator in some peoples life like teddy roosvelt, he did all the stuff he did to try and block the depression from his wife and mother dying on the same day
#36 to #35 - zenethe ONLINE
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valentines day lol what a day!
#101 to #20 - SonicTeam
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Anti-depressants
Controlling tools of your system
Making life more tolerable
making life more tolerable

Anti-depressants
Controlling tools of your system
Making life more tolerable
making life more tolerable
#120 to #101 - daentraya
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The way he says 'system' is just perfect.. With Serj, i keep finding these little parts where he's extra perfect
#63 to #20 - scooterpony
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And if you'll look to your left, you'll see funkmasterflex making a total moron out of himself.
Depression IS a disease, actually, a chemical imbalance in the brain that just doesn't go away for some people.
#47 to #20 - corundum
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It's a mental disorder. Of ******* course you can't imagine what it's like. You can imagine a physical problem and an effect on your state of mind, but you can't imagine a state of mind and its effects on your state of mind.
#25 to #20 - kimiixpyro
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I agree with the second to last sentence, and most of what else you said, but I have to somewhat disagree as well, like the third to last sentence. As the other commenter said, a lot of the people taking anti-depressants don't actually need them, but now-a-days doctors and parents feel the need to exaggerate any little ting wrong with you and put a label on it. But, some people simply have chemical imbalances in their brain that really do cause them to be severely chronically depressed, and those people I do feel for and understand why they are on the meds. I've done a lot of research for "fun" on profiling people as well as mental defects and such, and depression can indeed be a mental issue, but in that case usually caused by bigger mental issues. Most younger kids taking them are just immature in certain aspects, so just don't judge solely based off the kids in school (:
#28 to #20 - franklyimaperson
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I whole heartedly agree with you, I am in an alternative program in school personally and I got to deal with this kinda **** near everyday... however, there are people who honestly need things like Anti-Depression medication or Bi-Polar medication because there are those that are legitimacy ****** up (Both triggered due to a chemical imbalance), So I have to fault you there
#27 to #20 - grubbah
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The fact that they are over prescribed, yes I agree with that.

But depression is an actual mental disease. True, teenage ******** use it to get out of work but that doesn't nullify its existence. My father suffers from depression because he was abused as a child, lost his brother and 2 of his children, has been through 4 divorces and suffers other painful medical conditions. So I can safely say he suffers from depression for a reason.
#317 to #20 - anon
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accept for a damn time that depression is an illness, and as an illness sometimes medications is neccesary
#420 to #20 - KingMcSanders
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Your active alerts must be going ******* crazy
#275 to #20 - inetus
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Depression is different for everybody. Just because 2 people are diagnosed it doesn't mean they're going through the same thing. True, people shouldn't use it as an excuse but it is something that even if you went through it yourself, you can't just assume that since you got past it, everybody can.
#255 to #20 - graphically
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I typed this up for someone else who had a hard time understanding.

It's not just a temporary mood, it's a dark terrible state of mind that you're stuck in no matter what you try to do.

It consumes you in utter loneliness and despair. It worsens the more people do nothing but stop and stare and shrug a shoulder showing that they don't even care.
It's the sinking feeling in your heart that tells you day in and day out that you are the most worthless thing to have stepped the face of the earth. That you're nothing but a burden on everyone and everything around you, even the ones that say they love you. It tells you that you do not and never will belong in society, no matter how much you try to convince yourself that there's a place for you in this world. Your thoughts do nothing but infinitely echoe the words that everyone would be better in this world if you never even existed. That you should just sit down and let yourself be left behind. This state of mind is so active in telling you all these things, that it drains all will power to fight it off, until ultimately you accept it's grip on you.
I know this feeling all to well. It's one that'll wring its hand around your throat at any given time of the day. The feeling you get when you're sad never goes away. The feeling that you have a stone shoved down your throat due to all the dismay.
All the dark truths in the world surface from behind the scenes. Truths that we can normally put aside and forget as we enjoy our lives. These truths get bombarded into your skull with every moment you spend awake. The ladder of importance shift and changes itself until every aspect of your life that could possibly considered "good" fades into the distance. And all your left with is a big steaming pile of **** that you have to deal with for god knows why. Tear after tear burns into your heart from the pain of feeling you're constantly being ripped apart.
#259 to #255 - graphically
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Then the person I was talking to tried telling me how people who are depressed just don't appreciate what they have, so this was my response:

You really don't understand at all.

It's not a matter of what you have or don't have. What you do or don't have to do to survive. That's not what depression is. It's when all the little things in life that make you happy, everything combined that's made your life worth living just stops doing exactly that. No matter how privileged you are, or are not, depression sinks you into a different state where what you have and what you've been through loses all importance. You say I take luxuries and necessities for granted, well I'm telling you that you take your happiness for granted.

Everything that's ever made you happy, released a natural chemical which allowed you to actually *feel* happy. When those chemicals refuse to be produced, you're living in a much different world than you can possibly imagine.

That feeling of accomplishment when you create a beautiful piece of art, and you get loads of praise and admiration for. Gone.
It's as simple as that. It's just gone. You will never feel it, or anything like it.

It forces you to view the world in a much bleaker, darker light. With out help, your mind is left to do nothing but stew in its own despair getting worse and worse by the minute. All the little things that make you sad from time to time get magnified a thousand fold, because that's all you know. That's all your mind is given to think about.

You've already dug your feet in the ground, so I don't expect you to admit you're starting to understand. Pride is a hard thing to swallow.
#213 to #20 - anon
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You haven't felt depressed alot of times, you've felt unhappy alot of times. I've suffered from moderately severe depression for a few years now, and that may not be the worst (Severe depression) but it's one step below it and one step above clinically diagnosed depression. I agree depression can be a misunderstood mental condition and it's for this reason many people with real depression don't want to come out and say something due to the stigma made by people like you that it's just a "mood". People are afraid they will be seen as an "attention seeker" or worried that they are actually an attention seeker and this "mood" will just pass, It doesn't pass for many including me. I still haven't told any of my friends about it only my close family because I don't want to be seen as different to them or a waste of space/boring. About 80% of when I'm laughing with friends is absolutely fake because people don't want to see an unhappy person, if they see an unhappy person they abandon them. I don't mean literally but in my experience you're passively excluded from things and that hurts badly. Everyday I consider suicide because I can't come to terms with life, what the **** is life? Why does it even matter and why am I struggling to make it better for myself when I'm only burying myself deeper into this cesspool of self loathing and despair. Sometimes I curl up into a ball and just give up mentally and physically, it's at these times I don't even have the willpower to consider ending my own life. If I knew you in person you would be one of those who would stop me from speaking up, which is one of the main reasons the depression continues, please rethink what you just said. There are people who are like what you explained, but when you start to judge them for their lying you build up a wall for others who have the real condition to come out and seek help. I'm not saying accept everyone as clinically depressed, but try not to outwardly condemn those who do so hastily.
#23 to #20 - howtosuckdicks
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I agree with you, as they are over-prescribed. There are other people that need the meds, like myself, to actually function. At the peak of my depression, I got fired from my job for being spacy, tired, and disengaged. I became extremely mysanthropic, nihilistic, and generally apathetic. It was more then being upset, it was hell. Yeah, yeah, I know.. cool story bro.
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#409 to #20 - elcreepo
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While I agree that in some areas it's overperscribed, there are factors such as chemical imbalances and other reasons needed to take into consideration. I have a major anxiety disorder, it keeps me from wanting to leave my house. I need to take an antidepressant (it affects the serotonin system which causes my chemical imbalance and makes me freak out over the slightest of trips to places) or else I would never leave my home. I would be miserable and alone without them, completely unable to go to school because of my fear, and getting sick constantly even while at home.    
   
That being said, I do agree that a person who freaks out before tests or in other situations where anxiety is expected should not claim they have an anxiety disorder or be on antidepressants/other medication for it, because the stress is normal. It's the same for depression.    
   
Didn't read: Normal people will feel anxious/sad, people with serious disorders will feel anxious/sad constantly and need medication. Not all people need medication and are normal, but get medicated anyway. Don't claim ALL people who take antidepressants don't need them.
While I agree that in some areas it's overperscribed, there are factors such as chemical imbalances and other reasons needed to take into consideration. I have a major anxiety disorder, it keeps me from wanting to leave my house. I need to take an antidepressant (it affects the serotonin system which causes my chemical imbalance and makes me freak out over the slightest of trips to places) or else I would never leave my home. I would be miserable and alone without them, completely unable to go to school because of my fear, and getting sick constantly even while at home.

That being said, I do agree that a person who freaks out before tests or in other situations where anxiety is expected should not claim they have an anxiety disorder or be on antidepressants/other medication for it, because the stress is normal. It's the same for depression.

Didn't read: Normal people will feel anxious/sad, people with serious disorders will feel anxious/sad constantly and need medication. Not all people need medication and are normal, but get medicated anyway. Don't claim ALL people who take antidepressants don't need them.
#173 to #20 - TheCodFather
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That is because that is not depression. Depression is more akin to staring blankly at the wall with out being able to get off the coach whilst your 2 year olds are crying on the floor, that type of thing. it is a real thing and just because you have only been exposed to the angsty young female mood swing feel-sorry-for-me "depression" doesn't mean depression is not a real thing, or maybe you are a genius Doctor and ever other doctor out there is wrong
#407 to #20 - nooc
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Wow, you've worked up quite a **** storm
#162 to #20 - catassassin ONLINE
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Considering all the replies that I don't want to read I'm sure someone has already said this, but I'm going to go ahead and tell you anyway. Although you can feel "depression" as an emotion (which is basically just being really sad), actual depression is considered a mental illness. It's not just "being sad," but includes many other symptoms as well. People with clinical depression usually don't get pleasure out of anything at all, and often don't have the will to work towards goals and such. Just because you know people who use depression as an excuse for not doing anything doesn't mean they actually have clinical depression.
#392 to #20 - armenhart
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just because you can overcome your self-diagnosed depression without taking antidepressants, doesn't mean everyone else can do it. you're right, btw, you're coming off really ignorant.
#33 to #20 - anon
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If your depression stops, you're not depressed, you're just unhappy.
#351 to #20 - fractalius
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Depression isn't just being upset. I used to be depressed, and when I look back on it, half of me doesn't want to remember, half of me thinks I was just being a pussy.

But being depressed makes you have no motivation to do anything, no matter how hard you try. Basically, I would go to school, do my work in class, come home and try to entertain myself, but basically just go lie down all day.

I was on medication, but didn't want it. It didn't help me, it made me feel worse for having to take medication. Combine that with ADHD and Diabetes, so my sugars were all out of whack.

When I was 16, I went to a camp solely for diabetics, and met a girl there who was beautiful, and had diabetes since she was a baby. Being at the camp, and having every second monitored, my sugars were of course perfect, and I somehow got her to like me.

The feeling of being with her, combined with perfect sugars snapped me back into reality, thats what got me over my depression, not some stupid pill prescribed by some doctor after an hour of talking
#229 to #20 - sonixaurora
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You just blew my mind.



I love you.
#349 to #20 - abovelawl
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real depression is a chemical mis-balance in your brain, it's physically there and you can have tests done that show how much of the "happy" hormone you produce,
#21 to #20 - crampypmarc
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I agree with your opinion.
#332 to #20 - monkeyfuckingpro
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You've felled bad, or unhappy, captain ignorant...
#22 to #20 - dedaluminus
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It is true that antidepressants, like ADD medications, are way overprescribed. 90% of the people taking them could easily get by and would be better off nutting up and dealing with their **** rather than swallowing the make it all go away pill. However, there is a significant portion of the population that, because of chemical imbalances, lack of receptors, or other reasons, actually need the antidepressants to function in society.
#38 to #22 - theodordronen
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I went to see my doctor to find a therapist, and without me really going into depth about my problems he just said "I think you need medication as well". It's ridiculous
#261 to #38 - notafunnyguy
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back when i had depression for about 4 months or so my doctor prescribed anti depressents to me about 5 minutes in to the convo. i declined them, saying i didnt need drugs to feel better. and i made it through. i mean sure i still feel suicidal thoughts every so often and depression comes and goes without warning, but im glad i didnt need to use drugs to kill it
#88 to #22 - gitrdunn
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from someone who has severe ADHD, i will tell you that, while I agree with you that most people diagnosed with ADHD do not actually have it, those who do really do need medication. a study about a year ago showed that those who have ADHD do not have much support in the frontal lobe of their brain, the part that controls decision making and attention. That being said, there are many alternatives to it. omega 3 acids, found in fish oil, help a lot. Other alternatives include coffee (it reacts differently in our brain) and I have actually found that tobacco helps me a lot, mellows me out and allows me to concentrate easier.
#224 to #22 - EdwardNigma
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I should probably take antidepressants. But I don't.

I ******* hate taking daily medicine. I had to as a kid so I could concentrate (It didn't work), I had to take them to sleep (Also didn't work.) **** no. Not again. Unless I start to feel like actually committing suicide or murder or something along those lines, **** that. I just need to ******* tough it out. I hate myself and everything around me, but I am not going to puss out now. I just need to wait and ******* hope everything gets better.
#434 to #224 - rokkarokkaali
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I recently swallowed my first pill(That advil **** because I had some pain) and I have to say swallowing pills is fun. ALthough I'm not running around taking whatever I can find.
#413 to #224 - elcreepo
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I wish I could be like you.    
   
For the longest time because my first medication screwed me up big time, I didn't take anything for my anxiety disorder (can't leave the house, get majorly sick from fear constantly even while at home) and I pushed through, but my grades at school suffered and I couldn't go anywhere but school and home.    
   
I actually need pills or I'd be a recluse by now. I still wish, though, that I could be strong enough to beat my goddamn anxiety.
I wish I could be like you.

For the longest time because my first medication screwed me up big time, I didn't take anything for my anxiety disorder (can't leave the house, get majorly sick from fear constantly even while at home) and I pushed through, but my grades at school suffered and I couldn't go anywhere but school and home.

I actually need pills or I'd be a recluse by now. I still wish, though, that I could be strong enough to beat my goddamn anxiety.
#189 to #22 - doctorhax
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As someone with autism I can agree that antidepressants are necessary for only a percentage of people taking them.
I used to be a maths genius, getting awards and straight A's, then I started getting bullied and I began getting C's and D's, I was eventually prescribed anti-depressants and they got me back on track and back to getting A's.

Sort of related note, I soon left the school as my bullying got too severe, I now go to a school for high-functioning autistics
#254 to #22 - longboarding
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I love my ADD medicine with a passion. I was fine until 6th grade but then I just did the bare minimum of my work and never did homework and constantly got in trouble. I got put on ADD medicine this year and everything has been smooooooooth sailing ever since. It's such much easier to do work, study, clean my room, and keep my mouth shut.
#404 to #22 - lazypaul
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Everything you said was true but every time I see someone use that image I automatically think 'This guy is a dick'
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#297 to #22 - redsoxnbolts
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I'm not sure about your ADD medicine point. I think that a lot of people claim they have ADD but aren't diagnosed with it.
#157 to #22 - anon
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Not even ADD is overprescribed, it's estimated that between 2-7 % of all Swedes suffer from ADD, and depression is, as you clearly stated, closely related to chemical imbalances (moreso a lack of serotonin).

And that 90 % could be better off without them, please, albeit some may not need SSRI many do. Only problem is the side effects which could be so severe it's not possible to continue medicating.

Source: I'm a med student.
#111 to #22 - Sacrafan
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******* thank you, i was about to be really annoyed with this guy
#104 to #22 - anon
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Or maybe they just need to stop being little bitches.

Its pretty easy, ever think about that one huh, smart ass?
#56 to #22 - lambocj
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Question. If you were had ADD, you wouldnt be able to concentrate on anything right? Even if you wanted to. Some of my classmates tell me they're have ADD but I didnt think that made sense because we were having a long conversation.
Question. If you were had ADD, you wouldnt be able to concentrate on anything right? Even if you wanted to. Some of my classmates tell me they're have ADD but I didnt think that made sense because we were having a long conversation.
#75 to #56 - bensho
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ADD Isn't THAT extreme. Normally, people with ADD just have restless minds. They can focus on something that requires all of their attention, like a conversation, but they can't concentrate on things like TV, studying, and even video games, that are just in front of them, because they think about other things instead.
#91 to #75 - gitrdunn
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I have ADHD and while you are correct about some of that, not all of it is accurate. It is true that we cant do studying and it is hard for us to concentrate on TV, it isn't because we are thinking of other things. we are more fidgety than anything. as long as we have something calming that urge to fidget with something then we can usually multitask extremely well. Video games are not hard for us to concentrate on since we have to use the controller to interact with it, calming that fidgety urge. TV for me is hard because I get restless and feel like i need to be moving, therefore i usually will do subtle things such as bounce my leg or tap. However, studying is a special kind of bitch for us because when we put that much effort into holding still and focusing for that long, we get tired and usually just fall asleep. I find it works best for me if I grab a separate sheet of paper and write down important things from the notes that way I can stay focused and move at the same time. and this is while I am on medication, when I am off of it I cannot concentrate at all, i feel like compelled to remain standing at all times, and I am constantly checking my surroundings to check up on what others are doing.
#194 to #91 - dzeusas
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from what you just said, I understood that I might have a mild case of ADHD. Sometimes I can't watch sitcoms (20 mins long) without playing a flash game aside, I get bored of video games very quick, and I mean very quick. It has to be like a personal achievement to me, to finish a game with a long story like GTA and I rarely actually finish a game. I always tap my leg on the ground, whatever I'm doing. When I'm doing an assignment in university i have to look around when i'm thinking because starring at the paper makes me confused. I usually get sleepy in classes because I don't sleep enough, but I get sleepy even when I'm well rested. Studying is like a completely ****** up thing for me. I know that I must study, and I want to, but I can't study for long periods of time at once. I always want to have music playing, but it makes studying so much harder, but I still turn it on after like 10 mins of studying. But I still don't want to take medication, is there anything vitamins or something that might help a little?
#428 to #194 - gitrdunn
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Try omega 3 acid (you can find them in otc gummies) it may be labeled as Fish oil on the jar, because it is what makes up most of fish oil and that is what most people refer to when they recommend it. other things include coffee, if you actually have ADHD then it will act differently in your brain than the average person and allow you to concentrate more --just make sure you don't load it with a ton of sugar, a little bit of creamer is alright, but not a lot. That being said, things you want to avoid are sugary drinks/snacks and potato chips. potato chips have omega 6 acid in them, which cancels out the omega 3 in the body.
#433 to #428 - dzeusas
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I'll try this, thanks man
#112 to #56 - Sacrafan
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ok, it's not like we don't know what the **** we are talking about every 5 seconds.
#80 to #56 - superanonymouspers ONLINE
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see here's the thing.

I have ADD, or ADHD, I stopped caring about what it was and decided it would be best to forget medicines and just do my hardest to focus on things. I've seen people who were on the medicines they give you (I forget the medicines name) and I've know what they were like before.

when they took those medicines it changed them. Sure it as only while they were using it but it still struck me as odd. I didn't want to become a shell of my former self. I like who I am and if taking those medicines was to change me... well I wouldn't be happy about that I guess.

but hey, that's just me.
#39 - cracknigger
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The feels doc.
#41 to #39 - youfromthefuture
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Why doesn't he have ears?
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#238 - buzzin like a bee
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A seven year old probably shouldn't have access to anti-depressants


could be disastrous

or hilarious
#405 to #238 - lazypaul
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Untill I saw your comment I didn't realise that someone let a ******* 7 year old have anti-depressants.
#100 - anustraveller
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So you can be happy while you are happy... awesome
#225 - atangytaco
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#82 - dameseif
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< After one week.
#110 - notsureifanon
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#117 to #110 - spyisspy
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born and feeled
#118 to #117 - anon
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Down the feelground was where I felt most of my feels.
#119 to #118 - spyisspy
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Feeling out, feeling, feeling all cool
#122 to #119 - ludislavonac ONLINE
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shootin some feelball outside of the school
#123 to #122 - spyisspy
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When a couple of feels, they were up to no good
#124 to #123 - ludislavonac ONLINE
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Started feelin trouble in my neighbourhood
#125 to #124 - spyisspy
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I got in one little fight and my mom feeled
#127 to #125 - ludislavonac ONLINE
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She said you're feelin with your uncle and auntie in bel air
#380 to #127 - spyisspy
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I whistled for a feel and when it came near the
#2 - sidathon
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#81 - rawrbowwow
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Uhh... It's not going to be cute when a 7 year old child ODs on the pills after he runs out of skittles.
#14 - axeul
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Yo Dawg, I heard you like being happy so I put skittles with your antidepressants so you can be extra happy while being happy.