I can empathize very well with the doc here, I have ADD, dysgraphia, and went to the one of the best schools in the state before attending the state university. Whenever I have to attend a lecture or read for long periods of time I have to take pills to stop this feeling of constant gnawing on my brain and the feeling of weakness of having to rely on pills is very real. With that said, DO NOT do what the doc is doing, if you need medicine to get through your day then take the damn pills. Everyone has their crutches that they need, for some people it’s tutoring or group study, for others it may be listening devices or actual crutches. My point is don’t be ashamed of needing help because everyone does and it’s a fact of life.
Nigellus never was a very good role model. He makes all kinds of bad decisions.
Also, thank you for sharing your experience. It is one that few people ever know.
I’ve got some crap to deal with, too. I’m not exactly DEPENDENT on my pills, having ADHD and depressive symptoms, but I still get antsy without them. I will admit, for a long time, I had nearly no drive to draw. It took a month on a new antidepressant medication to finally get my art mojo back.
If you need to take pills, THAT DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE WEAK. Like tallhyperboy said, everyone has a crutch. We’re extremely complicated organisms; none of us are perfectly fine. We all need help.
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