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Not Being on Medication Makes You a Victim

April 28, 2020

If you are mentally ill and try to deal with it without taking medication, you are not doing yourself a favor. In childhood, I was not allowed to take medication in high school even though I knew I needed it. I wish I had tried harder to get out of that double-bind, manipulative trap I was in, and I’m sorry to my high school friends for not trying hard enough to actually make something of myself. I had to work double the pace of my classmates only because I was having immense difficulty with keeping up with my schoolwork. Now I feel as if I’m not struggling as bad, since I never had autism or ADD, also known as being somewhere on the autism spectrum, since a psychological test confirmed I was not.

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