Not to mention self-experimenting, cynical, narcissist, elitist and sarcastic. And every sentence seems to be sardonic and lewd in a double entendre manner as well.Though the loopy, pill popping, condescending main character who is always right and never wrong who won't acknowledge his mistakes and frailties reminds me of somebody else.
On the other hand, sometimes it can be quite frustrating dealing with them.don't judge others on their habits or drug addictions either. I have seen a few drug addicts give up their their addictions once they underwent psychological evaluation (usually ADD- or OCD-related diagnoses) and got the proper treatments for them.
He is right about the ADD/ADHD part although I am not sure ADD medications are used off-label for OCD, never heard of that before. If you have ADD/ADHD the medication is supposed to help you focus and stay on task and even things out and it should NOT give you a high or buzz at all. I myself take Ritalin ER for ADD and it really helps and doesn't give me any buzz or a high feeling. I feel normal. I feel level and more awake than I have been in a long time. I've been able to tackle housecleaning tasks much better than in the past - I'm not a very good housekeeper!. And I start school in the fall to study nursing and the Ritalin will help a whole lot with that. I am glad I and my doctor made the right choice/decision for me to go on Ritalin ER. On the plus side, I have not been so groggy anymore like I have been in the past pre-Ritalin. I used to wake up feeling so crappy and so groggy that I don't even want to get out of bed because I'm too tired to do anything. Now I have energy that I need and I am completely awake. Yesterday I woke up at 9 am and was ready for the day. Today I woke up at 7 am and am not tired. I feel normal. I can live my life now instead of sleeping my life away.No.
I know some that never got SSRI, SDRI, SNRI or NaSSA, but rather only have behaviour modification therapies. Now that being said, I have heard that people who DO have ADD/OCD don't feel a buzz from those medications-- while those who don't have ADD gets a buzz from them. However... that's just clients describing their reactions to the medications and or drugs.