Rant ∞

WTF. I just wanted to started with that and I’ve probably done it before, mostly not. I can’t possibly imagine myself doing anything in life at this point. I feel superbly useless, like a failure, waste of space, time and continuum. It’s all because I’m doing really badly in class at the University. I don’t think I’m good enough anymore. That I’m not worth it and that life is wasted on me. I realise that a lot of it has to do with the nature of my varies identities layer and how this when analyses with intersectional studies and my depression has taken full advantage of the situation.

Random water works, paranoia, lethargy, palpitation, sweating and irregular urges to kill myself have helped confirm a diagnosis with my bachelors in Psychology. Then I got it verified by a Psychiatrist who put me on medication and the first day was great. I was on an adrenaline rush and I knew it. The first week I started medication was the worst so far and I was ready to kill. I didn’t take more than more than the daily dosage even though I was asked to take more on days that were bad. But I never did it, my anxiety medication had a daily limit of 3 and i tried to never cross two. It had its disadvantages but helped me believe I wasn’t dependent but just medicating because I was ill. If helped but the Psychiatrist was terrible. She asked because I’m bi, if I’d want to settle down with a man or women without even establishing a relationship or having a conversation with me. She was awful but the medication was great for my anxiety except for the insomnia which fucked up everything.

Now college that I’d just started to do better in (barely) took a fucking fall, I was starting to fail again. I was ready to dropout and leave. Go back home and live the mediocre life but I kinda stuck and did do something. Nothing of consequence or significance. I’m just floating by and time I got new tranquillisers with meds that don’t cause insomnia.

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One thought on “Rant ∞

  1. Medication doesn’t heal what’s broken; You need to find passion in life & do what makes you want to be alive, whether it be in your career or personal life.

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