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Ever heard of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?


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Hi Brightsunnyday,

I have not heard of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria. How does it effect you? I found this article on it: https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/rejection-sensitive-dysphoria. It seems medication, CBT and lifestyle changes are all recommended treatments.


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26 days ago 0 brightsunnyday 60 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

I have been told I have severe ADHD. I would never have guessed as I envision it as someone who can't pay attention in class and won't sit still. I'm not like that. But after reviewing the symptoms thoroughly with a doctor, it is undeniable. There is a lot more to it than I thought!

Anyway, one aspect commonly seen with ADHD is Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria. Have you heard of it? Do you have it? Do you know anyone that does have it?

If you are familiar with it, what can I do to fix it???? The doctor recommends pills. I don't want to take more pills! What has been the most effective treatment for you or your loved one?


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