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Altostrata posted a topic in Symptoms and self-careMany people experience overpowering or disturbing emotions while tapering and as part of withdrawal syndrome. Many of the symptoms of withdrawal syndrome arise from autonomic nervous system dysfunction. The distressed nervous system itself can generate intense uncomfortable feelings -- see Neuro emotions The best way to treat this is to help your nervous system to repair itself, to return to its "factory-installed" state. Recovery from withdrawal syndrome is gradual, inconsistent, and can take a long time. In the meantime, you can help your nervous system heal by using
I'm currently in a relationship of three and a half years, which has been the best of my life. My partner is incredibly loving and supportive, and despite being (rightly) sceptical about psychiatric drugs, has always supported my right to autonomy in determining what form of therapy is best for me. I couldn't ask for a better partner - the only caveat is that she currently lives in the US, while I am in the UK, so we are doing long-distance. But we communicate daily via text and have regular video calls, and I'm hoping to move out there later this year. More recently, my constant m
I was torn as to putting this in neuro-emotion v family forums. It is neuro-emotion related but totally triggered by the fact that it pertains to family so family trumps. Please move if it would fit better elsewhere. I have the most amazing children, both boys, aged 20 and 16 respectively. This past week my partner caught our youngest smoking pot. Here I am busting my hump to take my medications away, trying to end addictions, and he decides that he wants to get high. Bottom line is that there is nothing I can do to stop him. We've talked, he knows where I stand, we have established bounda