I've been depressed all day so I do have bothersome daytime symptoms. I understand now why phenibut
isn't banned. It actually is a very dangerous substance and the negative aspects pretty heavily outweigh the positive effects. The anti drug
freaks would love a drug like this because they could use it to promote their drugs
can only lead to bad things ideology. Because of these mindless bastards I can't get some baclofen to make this w/d a bit more bearable and be able to function for my job interview on Friday. Fuck the government, fuck the cartels and fuck every other soulless parasite that benefits from the suffering of mankind.
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EDIT: lol, I'm having one of these brief lapses in w/d symptoms (I get about 15 minutes of relief every 3 hours or so which is definitely better than nothing) so I was being a bit dramatic in my previous reply. It is what it is. Maybe things are the way they are for a reason. The profoundly harsh life experiences seem to be what catalyse use to evolve spiritually and mentally and that just may be what we're in this life thing for so theres nothing to complain about. One thing I'm wondering though is do the symptoms lesson in intensity with each day? I have a job interview on Friday so I'm hoping i'll be in better condition by then.
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EDIT2: Holy shit, I think I'm through it. It came pretty abruptly, when I made the last reply I thought I was in one of those 15 minute lapses but it turns out it wasn't temporary. The depression has been gradually fading. My head feels like its being crushed in a vice and I have a stabbing pain in my chest but a bit of physical pain is fun compared to mental dysphoria. Probably the contrast but I'm starting to feel euphoric now.