06-14-2011, 08:42 AM
Status: icon man
Join Date: Apr 2011
do you like see other people suffering?
"Yes", I answered. I was at the medical army right after the psych test, and the psychologist was interviewing me. She branded me "revisable" and I had go to the big barracks in the outskirts of Rome to be examined by other doctors to decide if I could have joined the army, or not.
If not my dad told me scary stories of being labeled insane for lifetime and not be able to get a job blah-blah
So the doctors saw my file and I was diagnosed as NPD, that's because of that answer I guess.
"What the hell? NPD? You're good for war boy!". Guessed so. In wartime there's a lot of suffering people to see.
But I didn't like the square-bashing so I dediced I was a conscientious objector and I was sent to care after disabled people for one year in a mutual company.
And, by a twist of fate, I seen a lot of people suffering.
Dx: depression, GAD, narcissistic personality disorder
Rx: Zoloft (sertraline) 100mg, Remeron (mirtazapine) 15mg, Deniban (amisulpride) 50mg, EN (delorazapem) 1mg and OS
Prn: Provigil (modafinil) 200mg, Lioresal (baclofen) 25mg, Samyr Sam-e 400mg tablets and ampoules
Bad Rx: fluvoxamine, asenapine