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  1. I’m glad you’re alright!! Also while I’m sorry the anxiety has driven you to learn so much, I can’t say I’m disappointed there is someone out there without hppd who can spread awareness. I'm sure whatever you end up doing for work you will tackle with a ferocity
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  2. you’re totally right about my anxiety brought me to this forum, which i stalked RELENTLESSLY for WEEKS before posting lmao. weed was a bit stronger for me after i tripped but i DO attribute this to being worried about hppd because i was 100% okay until i started worrying about hppd and then my heart would race a little. the thing is i study mental health which is why i think i’ve held onto hppd so tightly. as for never doing hallucinogens again, that’s a strong no for me. it was cool and all but i now know the dangers and my anxiety is WAYYY too high for that lmao. ive
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  3. Hey all, I'm the journalist who was looking for interview subjects last month. The article has, at long last, been published. Among other details, my article features a history of HPPD that stretches back to the 19th-century; several real-life case studies; discussions of HPPD's link to psychosis, alcohol abuse and suicide; and what the condition may mean for the promise of future psychedelic research. You can read it on The Independent here: https://www.independent.co.uk/independentpremium/long-reads/netflix-good-bad-trip-lsd-psychedelics-never-wears-off-a9533136.html It's beh
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  4. Hi Justan— I just want to add that the brain is highly plastic at your age I know it sounds really dumb when “adults” say you shouldn’t drink and do drugs until a certain age but that is because your brain is actually still developing hahah. What adults should add, after that, is if you wait to do these things until your brain has cemented a bit, you will have a more enjoyable experience with substances over the whole of your life, and more likely (and most importantly to me) a greater baseline happiness. do you have hppd? No one here can tell for certain if you have or are s
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  5. UPDATE: I am 90% better objectively. All symptoms have reduced heavily. The only thing that helped me recovery was time, absence off drugs, and doing new hobbies (neurogensis). This is not a joke. I had serious hppd a year ago, as all can see from my panicked replies.
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  6. (Already posted this in a separate thread but thought I'd repost here since I consider this my official and perhaps final recovery post) Hello everyone, Just wanted to post another update about my recovery... May 8 was my official five-year anniversary of getting HPPD. I can't even begin to describe how transformative and painful the last five years of my life have been. I almost can't even believe I'm still alive. HPPD is unlike anything I've ever experienced or anything I could even imagine experiencing. It's truly an otherworldly disorder I wouldn't wish on any living creat
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