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  1. It took me over 3 years to be back to normal after being on a SSRI for only 9 months. I have read about some people being cured of it with Licorice Root, you could look into that. I tried it and it helped but couldn't tolerate side-effects, tried the Deglycyrrhizinated version but that did nothing, so I just waited it out.
  2. The rapes are only one part of the equation. There are obviously all sorts of mayhem caused by these people. But let's take the rapes. Let's say every man imported would die if they wouldn't be able to come to Sweden. In most countries, 32 males commiting 32 rapes would get a higher punishment if you add up all the years they need to be in prison than 1 guy murdering somebody. So even if you cut it to bare bones it doesn't make sense to import them. I know some people will say it's stupid to make calculations like that. One thing that I forgot to add in my last post is that 50 percent of victims are 18 and younger, so very often these crimes will leave behind extreme trauma for a lifetime. Importing them can't be a solution, we should make efforts to prevent the West from causing mayhem in the Middle-East + sending resources their way, but bringing them here will just cause conflicts.
  3. I'm from a neighboring country, Estonia. I've been to Sweden only once, about 15 years ago when I was a kid, it wasn't pretty even then, I can only imagine what it's like now. The numbers are pretty horrific, obv it's hard to find exact numbers anywhere on internet and it's too disturbing for me to do again but I wrote a long youtube comment once 3 years ago and wanted numbers so I calculated them myself. Back 2-3 years ago Sweden was the second in the world in rapes, I bet it's the first by now, 97 percent of the assailants are immigrants. The native Swedish population acts as a "buffer", so the overall numbers seem better. In actuality the rape statistics are 7-8 times higher for muslim immigrants than the in the country with the highest statistics in the world, back then in the country with the highest rape statistics(forgot what it was now but I think it was in Africa somewhere) 30 percent of males had commited a rape, 30 percent times 7, you do the math. A muslim man in Sweden is 70 times more likely to be a rapist than an Estonian male(in actuality it would go way over 100 percent, so there's that). On average about 32 rapes for every Muslim immigrant male(only about 10 percent of rapes get reported), there are probably males who have raped hundreds of women there. The country seems totally deluded to me. The SJW and the SJW-types are really destroying our culture. A year ago they started importing immigrants from muslim countries here as well(despite a huge backlash), because EU forced it upon us. Hopefully the EU will break apart and this lunacy will be stopped, as far as Sweden goes, I think it's too late.
  4. Sorry, I somehow missed this thread when it came out, hope digging up an old thread like this isn't a punishable offence. Here's a link for hardcore fans of the movie: http://www.jackdurden.com/ I used to be obsessed with this movie. The book and movie are actually quite different, the movie is an adaption. It isn't exactly clear if Jack's illness is MPD or Schizophrenia from the movie, but in the director's commentary they call Tyler Jack's schizophrenic partner. The scariest experience of my life was finding out I'm insane, in a very similar way Jack does in the movie(I had seen the movie already at least 10 times at that point). A bunch of crazy stuff happened to me. Now I didn't hallucinate my "partner", IDK how that would even work IRL without it being apparent very quickly that you're ill, we had a relationship more covert than that. The movie was a big inspiration for him, but his philosophy is different than that of Tyler in the movie. Also the movie, imo, is not meant to stand for exactly the things Tyler stands for.
  5. I have schizophrenia. I do avoid caffeine. Avoiding gluten made a huge difference for me(but didn't cure me). For me, supps didn't make a huge difference and I've tried many that have been found to be useful for schizophrenia. Here are some I've tried, you could research them. In order of usefulness for me: Sarcosine, Pregnenolone, NAC, L-lysine, Fish oil, L-theanine, Curcumin, L-methylfolate, Niacin, Ginkgo biloba, Ginseng. I took Sarcosine for over 3 years but quit because it was not wroth the price for me(only helped memory), some people say it cured their negative symptoms, I think it's your best bet to try to get rid of negatives.
  6. You are the best person to answer that question. I got into my purpose(at the time) in middle-school and at 17 I could rent a nice apartment. How much risk are you comfortable with? I'm for(myself) diving in head first and hoping I figure it out, if nothing else you learn what doesn't work. It doesn't have to be completely one or the other. If you get a "regular" job I'd suggest something in the field your purpose is, so you can learn tricks of the trade from people who already have a similar, successful, business.
  7. Maybe you didn't read my post carefully, or maybe I suck at expressing myself. I'm a vegan and for everybody going vegan as soon as possible. My point was that as suffering on planet earth is concerned, it won't make a huge difference. We've got to go way further than that.
  8. Ever since the argument for animal welfare was made for me, I found the idea that animals in nature have a great life completely retarded. If I had to choose between a life of an animal in a factory farm and in the wild, I'd probably end up choosing the life of the animal in a farm(not that I'd choose it over nonexistence). Obviously the sheer numbers in nature are astronomically bigger. Also, to give some perspective, 1 in 10 lion cubs reaches maturity, the rest die brutally because of various causes. Prey animals have even worse attrition rates. In the oceans it's even far worse, for example, 1000 fully sentient baby octopuses die horribly so that one could procreate. I'm not trying to make the argument for futility, I'm a vegan myself, but this reverence for nature is ridiculous for me when its coming from people who are supposedly smarter and better. Planet earth will not be a great place if everybody would go vegan, that would be like giving a snickers bar to one Jew in the middle of the holocaust.
  9. I haven't been diagnosed with HPPD but I strongly suspect I have it. I have the halos; the graininess, especially in the dark(it's quite bad to the point it's interfering with my ability to see), I think it's called visual snow. Also afterimages; photo-sensitivity. I have this weird thing where if I get really stressed or if I don't breather as much as I should and as deep as I should everything starts to look a bit wonky, like somebody turned up the contrast, dark places seem more dark and deep and all colors seem a bit more vivid, somehow in a menacing way, it's quite disturbing. It's something that I've found several people describing on HPPD forums. I have done a hallucinogen many years ago and used to smoke weed all the time also. Also many people report that SSRIs made their condition(HPPD) worse. I can attest to that, after I was put on the SSRI the contrast thing I described earlier started happening, I never had it before that(I started the SSRI a couple of years after I quit all recreational drugs) and the other symptoms got worse as well. For 2 days after I did the hallucinogen I had really bad depersonalization and derealization, thankfully those symptoms have never returned but they're common with HPPD as well. If I was you I'd be very careful with the psychedelics.
  10. I have changed my diet a couple of times. Right now I'm on high carb vegan, gluten free. Cutting out gluten and casein made the psychosis much better, but I still need lots of meds. I'm on 3 antipsychotics(technically 4 but one is only for sleep) and an antidepressant plus lots of supplements. Sorry, but ditching meds when you're schizophrenic can have disastrous consequences. A lot of people with this have tried it and very few have have been able to live a normal life without them. I have watched the Terence Mckenna video before. I guess you just posted it because it's interesting, not much practical advice there. I guess there's no way for me to meditate(the benefits would be huge in my personal and professional life if I could). I've gotten lucky in many ways to be as functional as I am with this. Thanks everybody for your answers.
  11. I've been diagnosed with schizophrenia for several years. I started meditating last year, about the time when the 'Meditation On Steroids' video came out. After only a few days I saw improvements already. After a week into it I sat down for another session for my usual 20 minutes but this time it was different, I could zone out much more easily, my monkey mind was much quieter and about 10 minutes into it I could feel myself slipping into psychosis which there was no sign of the last sessions. That scared me and I haven't tried to meditate after that, except for one of Leo's videos where there was a guided meditation exercise that made me feel a bit odd as well. Maybe there would be a more suitable technique(s) for people who are prone to psychosis? Or should I ditch the idea of meditating altogether? Also, is it possible for a person with schizophrenia to become enlightened? My first psychotic episode felt a lot like enlightenment experiences some people describe, parts of it anyways.
  12. That's the thing, I've never stopped it and I improved a lot(looking to switch though when new medications come out in my country). At first it was very bad, erections came back before the sensitivity, the most gains I got within a year then with each passing year I made less and less gains. Some of it could also be that because I've been on it for 5 years I don't remember exactly what the baseline was but if I had to guess I'd say I'm at least 85 percent back to normal and I stayed on the drug, you have come off it so your progress should technically be faster and your endpoint should be better, but I'm no doctor and am just speculating.
  13. I've been on Risperidone without breaks for 5 years on doses ranging from under 2 mg to over 4 mg, right now 2,5 mg. My libido used to be pretty bad but over the years it returned, erections are almost full but orgasms are not as good as before, but I used to have pretty much complete anorgasmia and it improved a lot. I know it's an anecdotal story but I'd be surprised if you didn't recover fully. One thing I would caution you on is if you masturbate with a not full erection you can do damage to your penis that can have severe consequences(Peyronie's or a torn ligament), so be careful when you do that. I have tried some stuff to fix it but for me they're dangerous because stuff that helps libido and orgasms raise dopamine which can cause psychosis for me(should be fine for you). Maca was the one that worked the best for me and it's generally considered safe. Couldn't keep taking it but even one dose completely fixed my issues. Obv research a lot before putting anything into your body and maybe even consult a professional.