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Hello, anyone like me out there? =)


I'm a 35 yo male, living in Sweden, long history of depression, OCB, SA, SSRIs, mental health issues in general.
I'm looking for someone to juggle/discuss/philosophy specifically subjective experiences and internalities concerning mental pathos.
It would be really nice if you've had good experiences from SSRIs (myself being on Sertraline), especially its working effects and also experiences of misery when being off it.
I've been sort of writing a "diary" the last 6 years or so, (more notes than an actual diary writing something each day,) and I find myself not coming to great conclusions, eventhough I have lots of "information" about myself (thoughts and feelings), I can't really put the puzzle together... It's like I'm just either circling, or the stuff I've writtten is in hindsight just nonsense (but at the time it felt valuable) and reality seems to be get more complicated the more I try to figure it out. Maybe that's just the way it is =)
Anyway, I'm really curious to hearing other people's subjectivity and getting some analysis on mine, I'd really appreciate it.
Thanks for reading, drop me me a PM or reply here if you feel you are up for it.
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And sure thereís things I regret not doing or doing. Those thoughts climb my spine like spiders, and then Iím really the stranger in my own bed,

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hey, i'm glad your here! my mom has been on ssris of differentiation since her early 20s and I've watched a lot of her ups and downs. Not sure if I would be any help, but if i could be, let me know!

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I'm a 35 yo male, living in Sweden, long history of depression, OCB, SA, SSRIs, mental health issues in general.
I'm looking for someone to juggle/discuss/philosophy specifically subjective experiences and internalities concerning mental pathos.
It would be really nice if you've had good experiences from SSRIs (myself being on Sertraline), especially its working effects and also experiences of misery when being off it.
I've been sort of writing a "diary" the last 6 years or so, (more notes than an actual diary writing something each day,) and I find myself not coming to great conclusions, eventhough I have lots of "information" about myself (thoughts and feelings), I can't really put the puzzle together... It's like I'm just either circling, or the stuff I've writtten is in hindsight just nonsense (but at the time it felt valuable) and reality seems to be get more complicated the more I try to figure it out. Maybe that's just the way it is =)
Anyway, I'm really curious to hearing other people's subjectivity and getting some analysis on mine, I'd really appreciate it.
Thanks for reading, drop me me a PM or reply here if you feel you are up for it.
Welcome, welcome! I might be up for this. Not sure yet, however. I will have to let it stew; or percolate so to speak.
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I'm a 35 yo male, living in Sweden, long history of depression, OCB, SA, SSRIs, mental health issues in general.

I'm looking for someone to juggle/discuss/philosophy specifically subjective experiences and internalities concerning mental pathos.

It would be really nice if you've had good experiences from SSRIs (myself being on Sertraline), especially its working effects and also experiences of misery when being off it.

I've been sort of writing a "diary" the last 6 years or so, (more notes than an actual diary writing something each day,) and I find myself not coming to great conclusions, eventhough I have lots of "information" about myself (thoughts and feelings), I can't really put the puzzle together... It's like I'm just either circling, or the stuff I've writtten is in hindsight just nonsense (but at the time it felt valuable) and reality seems to be get more complicated the more I try to figure it out. Maybe that's just the way it is =)

Anyway, I'm really curious to hearing other people's subjectivity and getting some analysis on mine, I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks for reading, drop me me a PM or reply here if you feel you are up for it.


Hi, Im 23 from Pakistan .. I have severe SAD, I'd like to connect with you on WhatsApp, can you connect there?


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