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  1. Liza9560

    Any Other Americans Here?

    Hi, y’all! I love these forums. I love reading your Englishness. I love the support and reassurance I feel from the threads! I’m curious tho...any other Americans around? I live in Texas, and right now, it’s 8:15 pm, Monday night. Across the pond, it must be tomorrow already! :p And anyone...
  2. stanhalen

    Sexual Disfunction with Invega

    Just begun Invega over the past few weeks and feel like a unic. I think invega is basicly risperaldal and had the same problem with this in the past as well as chronic constipation. I mentioned my concern with the shrink and was just shrugged away as nothing to worry about, and not worthy of...
  3. Solitude1


    My nationality always draw people away from me... I always feel bad about it. I'm not a bad person or whatever, but Europeans and Americans always reject even a simple friendship... 😢😢😢
  4. cpuusage

    Star Brothers & Sisters

  5. Nikita

    1 in 6 Americans take psychiatric drugs.

    1 in 6 Americans Are Now on Psychiatric Medication | Wake Up World And are Magic Mushrooms a Better Treatment for Anxiety?
  6. cpuusage

    Do 5 Million Americans Really Have Bipolar Disorder?

    Do 5 Million Americans Really Have Bipolar Disorder? - Mad In America “I have Bipolar disorder” … say 5.7 million Americans. These patients have been labeled, categorized, and offered an understanding of themselves as diseased, sick, and permanently broken. Considered one of the more severe...
  7. cpuusage

    When Hearing Voices Is a Good Thing

    When Hearing Voices Is a Good Thing - The Atlantic A new study suggests that schizophrenic people in more collectivist societies sometimes think their auditory hallucinations are helpful. As a child, Joe Holt constantly thought he heard people hurling savage insults at him. When he would...
  8. P

    Fear of Death and the Body

    Been going through a tough time. Would appreciate any advice. 1. Disgust of Body Anyone ever felt uncomfortable about the body. If you think about all the parts and and blood swirling around, it's pretty discomforting. 2.Fear of Dying I'm terrified of dying (dying, not death). And...
  9. cpuusage

    How do we begin to sort out our f*cked up society?

    More about Americans, but would think it applies just as much to us - It
  10. T

    Hi, I'm new....

    I'm new to the forum, I just have a few questions regarding the forum. Is this forum mostly full of Americans? I don't mind Americans, I just prefer speaking to brits :) Is this forum active? Will there most likely be people on here who I can relate to? Hopefully a forum veteran will advise...
  11. W

    Occupy Wall Street

    My fellow Americans! A non-violent resistance movement is happening as we speak! While you sit and watch the nightly news, you might have seen that other Americans are standing up! We are the 99%! It is time to make a change! It is time to change the world! Our constitution states "We the...
  12. A

    We have a drug problem in this country

    http://bipolarblast.wordpress.com/2011/09/15/drugproblem/ Legal or illegal isn’t the point. Americans (& the British) are avoiding themselves rampantly any way they can. I’ve often said that drugs are drugs are drugs. Some are more socially acceptable than others but their use and abuse is...
  13. amathus

    Americans more likely to have BiPolar Disorder than anywhere elsein World. PsychResearch Article.

    Americans more likely to have BiPolar Disorder than anywhere elsein World. PsychResearch Article. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/218670.php qf.