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    This helped me for a complete month!
    An_267256 posted:
    Hey guys, I've been there and felt the same way. Darkness comes over me, chest sinks and I just get these very negative thoughts and anxiety. It happened so much to the point that I wanted to commit suicide, but I did my best and fought my way through mentally as it lasts for short periods and sometimes long.

    What helped me was psilocybin. I know it sounds very weird and bad but I took it as a last ditch effort after hearing about it online. I just took a small dose of .025 grams a day for a week and it completely took all my negative feelings away.
    The initial effects are quite uneasy the first 30-60 mins but then I finally felt happy and myself for once and it was a feeling I've never had in such a long time.
    I wouldn't recommend this to people who are already on medication, but if you're healthy otherwise or have been off anti depressants for a while and also have anxiety, this really works.
    I urge you not to try this alone and have a loved one to comfort you through the first 30-60 mins.

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    An_267256 responded:
    Sorry, I meant to type 0.25 grams, not 0.025.
    I urge you to watch the video before you make any decisions as you'll get a better understanding of it.

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