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Hi all. Below is a brief history of things. A lot has gone on. As a kid, around the age of 5 to 6 i was very contented. Age 7 onward there were difficulties. i had a bad accident, a severe head/neck injury, i don't know how that impacted things? i started getting nightmares/problems with sleep. i experienced with hindsight what i think was a psychotic episode around age 7 as well. Age 11 i first got drunk & smoked cannabis. By age 15 i was habitually drinking/drug taking. There had been increasing anxiety, depression & problems with sleep. When i left school i went to art coll
Hey All, As someone who suffers from mental illness, pharmaceutical dependence, as well as alcoholism/addiction, I thought I would share a reflection and some helpful concepts from the support group Emotions Anonymous (similar to AA). I think this could be very helpful for people in the process of psychiatric medication withdrawal. If you want to find out more about EA, visit their website: http://www.emotionsanonymous.org/ Perhaps one day there could be a SAA group(Surviving Anti-Depressants Anonymous). I have always maintained that a 12-step program would benefit anyone who is wil