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Old 04-05-14, 05:56 PM
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Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

This is an amazing discovery!! It's what I've dealt with for so long and blamed it totally on my less-than-nurturing-and-sensitive-mother, fairly shame-based Catholic education and alcoholic father. Knowing that this can also play a role and may be managed, to a degree by meds, is amazing.

I have wanted to try Wellbutrin for a very long time but I don't have insurance now and Concerta through Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation but hopefully will be getting a job with insurance in the summer.
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ADHD-Inattentive, Adjustment Disorder w/Mixed Features of Anxiety and Depression, Dyscalculia (Math disability), Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria, Adult Child of an Alcoholic.
Strattera 100 mg, Wellbutrin 450 mg XL, Klonopin 0.5 mg as needed.
Brene Brown
Shame derives it's power from being unspeakable.
Shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we are capable of change.
Shame cannot survive being spoken. It can't survive empathy.

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