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andthentheres-you:

emptyspaaace:

andthentheres-you:

i’ve been wondering about this for a while but idk

what effect does neurotriptyline have on mental illnesses?

neurotriptyline stimulates and produces brain cells, allowing the brain to “function properly”

does that mean that it also resolves chemical in-balances that cause mental illness? (i’m not sure exactly how mental illness works sorry)

and if that’s the case, if a pds sufferer, kieren for example, was to rehumanise and he stopped taking neurotriptyline, would his depression redevelop to as bad as it was before he died? or would it not redevelop at all? or???? 

I don’t remember where, but I read somewhere that one of the side effects of neurotryptyline is depression. On the website, I think. Probably because it messes with brain chemicals… So no, I don’t think Kierens depression would go away because of the neurotriptyline, since those things are so temporary anyway…

ohhh, i never saw that! i’ll check that out later :) that does make sense

I just looked back and I can’t find it but I swear to god it was there

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lukeblueberry:

Am I the only person who’s super super neutral about Rick Macy?
Like idk he pissed me off a little, I felt a little sorry for him, I don’t think he’s the scum of the earth, I don’t love him.
I don’t think I ever knew enough about him to judge.
It’s kinda like if your friend has a boyfriend who kinda comes across as a bit of a twat, but not a nasty one, so you know your friend loves him so you just kinda think ‘eh he’s probably alright’

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beingpansexualisokay:

shotadreams:

mage-of-katnep:

rainbowsfireworks:

confusedtree:

ollivander:

lampghost:

[sleep-over voice] are you awake

[sleep-over reply voice] yeah

[regrettable sleepover invitee voice] you guys SHH

[confused sleep-over voice] what is the meaning of life

[annoyed sleep-over voice] dude shut up

[sleep-over host voice] you guys be quiet my moms gonna hear us

[serial killer voice] got room for one more

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andthentheres-you:

i’ve been wondering about this for a while but idk

what effect does neurotriptyline have on mental illnesses?

neurotriptyline stimulates and produces brain cells, allowing the brain to “function properly”

does that mean that it also resolves chemical in-balances that cause mental illness? (i’m not sure exactly how mental illness works sorry)

and if that’s the case, if a pds sufferer, kieren for example, was to rehumanise and he stopped taking neurotriptyline, would his depression redevelop to as bad as it was before he died? or would it not redevelop at all? or???? 

I don’t remember where, but I read somewhere that one of the side effects of neurotryptyline is depression. On the website, I think. Probably because it messes with brain chemicals… So no, I don’t think Kierens depression would go away because of the neurotriptyline, since those things are so temporary anyway…

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gingerkinomiya:

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In The Flesh AU: Where Amy didn’t die in 2x06, she came back human, well as Kieren and Simon. They spend the next weeks eating junk food, watching tv, playing sports (that always ends up in a awkward fight between Amy and Kieren with Simon looking at them thinking that he’s too old for that shit) give each other slaps/kisses/bites just to “feel” and everything is cool and happy and that’s it. Plus, Kieren and Simon make out a lot.