Archives for category: Self-harm

After the interest in the first Bean Shower I’ve decided to host another one so more people can see the action live!

The purpose of the Beans For Mind campaign is to show people that no matter how stigmatized or silly you may feel you look, there is actually no harm in showing your emotions and opening up to someone.

Going to the doctors, or just speaking to someone you know and trust… Either way, if you feel you may be suffering from depression, talk about it. Raise the issue & you’ll be on your way to doing something about it!

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Many users describe Cymbalta Duloextine as “poison”.

I do wonder who has genuinely been helped by this “SSRI”.
A quick search of forums online and I find the rare comment in support of the drug.
Having taken Cymbalta Duloxetine 30mg for 3 months, then 60mg for 2 weeks (the side-effects were unbareable) – My opinion is that all the drug did was increase my anxiety and nervous tension – I ended up twitching and doing unusual things on this drug. It was a horrible experience, and it was the drug I was using when I started to cut myself.

Can we please stop using this “plastering-over” approach – One tablet fixes all solution to our issues? I have been issued with Duloxetine, Pregabalin (One I do reccommend – helped me sleep), Prozac, Citalopram and a few others I can’t remember the name of.

Use your problems as an opportunity to speak out, try not to take tablets to cover up your feelings even more!

Agorraphobia – My three month battle
Madness – Singing & dancing to “It must be love”
Neighbours – My apology

2 nights in hospital

A night spent sleeping under a bridge in the rain

And the sight of those around me being held back by booze.

These three things have made me want to choose another way to enjoy my nights out –

I just got myself really worked up and sat on a bench outside in the shade. Picked up a thick twig and started grinding at my skin on my hand. It hurt but felt good.

-The Quiet Borderline http://quietbpd.wordpress.com/about/

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I remember being at that stage, and talked about it in a previous video.
If you are or know someone currently going through this, don’t ignore the signs.
Help them. Speak to them. But most of all listen.

You shouldn’t let a fear for tears hold you back.

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