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  1. As some of you may well know, I've been plagued with anxiety, OCD, Hppd, and DR for years, and I FINALLY got prescribed Klonopin from my new psychiatrist. This particular psychiatrist NOT ONLY knew about HPPD, but ALSO knew about David Kozin! Its amazing, I am truly pleasantly surprised, David is getting the word of HPPD perceptual problems out to the public in an honest, noble, and valiant way. Perhaps if it weren't for David, his work, and him getting Hppd into the DSM recently, I might not have been able to converse and interact with my psychiatrist in such a productive way David's efforts should NOT be in vain! I want EVERYONE on this board to be thankful for the hero that we have fighting for US! David Kozin -- you are the MAN! I hope to become half the man that you are -Bdub17
  2. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/7415082/French-bread-spiked-with-LSD-in-CIA-experiment.html Take a look at this, its "experiments" like this which make us lose faith in the common man, and society as a whole. As David Kozin stated, "HPPD. HPPD. HPPD. HPPD. YOU IGNORANT CRIMINAL." -Bdub
  3. Ditto! It varies in intensity for me -- the only time I am as close to out of "it" as possible is when I am on vacation or in a different state. I have no idea why, its weird...maybe its like a PTSD type thing for me. BTW, Shaolin...long time no talk! How are you? -Bruce
  4. I actually go to College right outside of Philadelphia. 4 year marijuana-induced hppd-er here! Woo Hoo!
  5. I've had the "cracking" issues for years...definitely hppd-related. Anyone else get jaw/ear pressure?
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  7. Inspirational, positive post! Thank you for this! I agree that it gets better, and that almost everyone at least adapts to it to some degree
  8. Hey Jake, at the initial onset of my HPPD I noticed this frequently, especially in a classroom during school. My take on it is that HPPD-sufferers, especially ones in the earlier stages, are constantly "looking" for visual symptoms that our vision is actually over-sensitive to stimuli in a given environment. This symptom disappeared over time for me, and I'm sure it will for you too! Hope that helps! -Bruce
  9. Notice that I feel better once the weather improves.

  10. Really cool Jay!! Your clearly have an aptitude for web design!
  11. I think a skype meeting would be cool!
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