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#14 - For some reason it's not letting me reply to your most recent …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/22/2014 on This week in science! +1
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#15 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
Well all I ever hear about that treatment is how it's universally reviled and illegal and dying out and ofcourse these aren't true, but they betray the public attitude of "dude don't fuckin do it ever"

plus I hear it fucks with your memory
#12 - At the time, I never would've admitted to that therapy being w…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/22/2014 on This week in science! 0
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#13 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
I would imagine it's truly rare when effective treatment is worse than the condition being treated

The rampancy with which the opposite is claimed is probably what reinforces the skepticism of people even having any sort of illness in the first place
#5 - I don't mean to brag, but my Gameboy Color is pretty sweet  [+] (3 new replies) 09/22/2014 on See description +1
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#6 - Karfeyenta (09/22/2014) [-]
I use emulators >.>

but.. I've seen every single episode of Star Trek OS, and I'm awesome at chess.

I'm not a filthy casual..
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#7 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
I love chess; my grandfather taught me when I was a kid.

And, sadly, I have yet to see a single episode of Star Trek, even though it seems like a spectacular show

Honestly, I hung out with the wrong kids during school; my friends were the average students with basic interests, but I've always been into the technological stuff.
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#8 - Karfeyenta (09/22/2014) [-]
I'm a little ashamed. You know, it's on Netflix. Like, all of it pretty much. The original series and The Next Generation are the best of the bunch, though.

I went to a public school in elementary, and the stupid fucking kids tried to bring me down into that group that eventually turned into the "yolo swag" shit heads, but I didn't let them. I kinda paid for that, but it was worth it. After elementary I went to a pretty nerdy academy.
#10 - Oh it definitely worked, just not right away. Repeated session…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/22/2014 on This week in science! 0
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#11 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
is that not worth going through the ordeal?
I've only ever met two schitzophrenics in my life and one killed themselves, the other in her lucid moments describes it as a living hell
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#16 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, I don't remember very much about being a kid; I get little flashes when I watch old videos that my mom made, or when I look through photo albums. But that procedure is basically a spray and pray with electricity, so I don't have anything against the doctors for it, they were just doing their best.

It's really frowned-upon because, given the advancements we've made with modern medicine, saying "we can electrocute them until they feel better" makes it seem totally barbaric.
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#17 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
well
if it works
it aint broken
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#14 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
For some reason it's not letting me reply to your most recent comment, so I'll just reply here.

You're right, the treatment was far more bearable than the disorder. After all, if the "treatment" was worse than the voices, then no one would get it done. And honestly, if all other options have been exhausted, I'd recommend going through it. It hurt like a bitch, but it saved my life.

You have no idea how many times I was told, "It's all in your head; you can make it stop whenever you want." It's almost sickening how many times doctors will try to brush off mental illness.
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#15 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
Well all I ever hear about that treatment is how it's universally reviled and illegal and dying out and ofcourse these aren't true, but they betray the public attitude of "dude don't fuckin do it ever"

plus I hear it fucks with your memory
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#12 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
At the time, I never would've admitted to that therapy being worth it, but looking back at it now, those small bursts were a lot easier to handle than the voices.
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#13 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
I would imagine it's truly rare when effective treatment is worse than the condition being treated

The rampancy with which the opposite is claimed is probably what reinforces the skepticism of people even having any sort of illness in the first place
#3 - mfw a seemingly-legitimate offer of sexy time has been presented  [+] (6 new replies) 09/22/2014 on See description +2
#13 - notcrimzonhazard (09/22/2014) [-]
"seemingly legitimate"
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#4 - Karfeyenta (09/22/2014) [-]
I kinda have a thing for video game nerds, anyways
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#5 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
I don't mean to brag, but my Gameboy Color is pretty sweet
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#6 - Karfeyenta (09/22/2014) [-]
I use emulators >.>

but.. I've seen every single episode of Star Trek OS, and I'm awesome at chess.

I'm not a filthy casual..
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#7 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
I love chess; my grandfather taught me when I was a kid.

And, sadly, I have yet to see a single episode of Star Trek, even though it seems like a spectacular show

Honestly, I hung out with the wrong kids during school; my friends were the average students with basic interests, but I've always been into the technological stuff.
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#8 - Karfeyenta (09/22/2014) [-]
I'm a little ashamed. You know, it's on Netflix. Like, all of it pretty much. The original series and The Next Generation are the best of the bunch, though.

I went to a public school in elementary, and the stupid fucking kids tried to bring me down into that group that eventually turned into the "yolo swag" shit heads, but I didn't let them. I kinda paid for that, but it was worth it. After elementary I went to a pretty nerdy academy.
#7 - I had schizophrenia when I was young, but you know what they s…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/22/2014 on This week in science! 0
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#9 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
well of all the complaints about that particular procedure you never hear about it not working
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#10 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
Oh it definitely worked, just not right away. Repeated sessions were needed, but it got fixed.
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#11 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
is that not worth going through the ordeal?
I've only ever met two schitzophrenics in my life and one killed themselves, the other in her lucid moments describes it as a living hell
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#16 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, I don't remember very much about being a kid; I get little flashes when I watch old videos that my mom made, or when I look through photo albums. But that procedure is basically a spray and pray with electricity, so I don't have anything against the doctors for it, they were just doing their best.

It's really frowned-upon because, given the advancements we've made with modern medicine, saying "we can electrocute them until they feel better" makes it seem totally barbaric.
User avatar
#17 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
well
if it works
it aint broken
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#14 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
For some reason it's not letting me reply to your most recent comment, so I'll just reply here.

You're right, the treatment was far more bearable than the disorder. After all, if the "treatment" was worse than the voices, then no one would get it done. And honestly, if all other options have been exhausted, I'd recommend going through it. It hurt like a bitch, but it saved my life.

You have no idea how many times I was told, "It's all in your head; you can make it stop whenever you want." It's almost sickening how many times doctors will try to brush off mental illness.
User avatar
#15 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
Well all I ever hear about that treatment is how it's universally reviled and illegal and dying out and ofcourse these aren't true, but they betray the public attitude of "dude don't fuckin do it ever"

plus I hear it fucks with your memory
User avatar
#12 - fukkenchaos (09/22/2014) [-]
At the time, I never would've admitted to that therapy being worth it, but looking back at it now, those small bursts were a lot easier to handle than the voices.
User avatar
#13 - captainprincess (09/22/2014) [-]
I would imagine it's truly rare when effective treatment is worse than the condition being treated

The rampancy with which the opposite is claimed is probably what reinforces the skepticism of people even having any sort of illness in the first place
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#96 - Well I just got my inheritance, so maybe I'll fly over and pic…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/27/2014 on Cute fox 0
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#97 - happyfox (08/28/2014) [-]
I haven't seen her actually. When I do I will take a picture and tell you AT ONCE. She's called Rosa
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#98 - happyfox (08/28/2014) [-]
aw jyaysus foxxy what happened