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Personal update:
So i have been to psychiatrist few days ago. I got a prescription for anti depression drugs and today is the 4th day of my therapy. I feel a bit better. At least i can sleep can focus on things. Unfourtanetly mentaly i dont feel better. That rant that i wrote before didnt help me neither (i deleted it). That drug that im taking has a shit ton of possible side effects uncluding anger. My massive untrust to people dosent help neither.

To anybody who didnt read the previous rant. I have meet a classmate that had a idea for a android app. I have fought he is one of that bad, stupid kind. I was wrong i said bad things to him but eventualy i helped him by showing where he can get help with the app.

I shouldnt have responded to him in the first place. Now i feel bad. I have no idea how you are going to respond im scared. I prejudged him but im now sorry. I have no idea how my life is going to go.

I also have tried applying for a awesome C# internship, perfect for a student: paid and might get experience in C#. I have send them 2 emails on the address that they gave me during open days (where i had talked with HR and devs personaly about their job) and i got no responce since last month...

Finals for the first semester are closing in as well. I dont know if im going to pass or not. And that is the worst thing i have to worry about now.

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    Antidepressants can take up to two months to work properly so be patient
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    Also, not every drug works the same way on everybody. That’s one of the struggles with treating mental health - can take a while to find the right drug(s) for you specifically. Just keep track of how you’re feeling and be honest when talking to your psychiatrist about how you’re feeling.
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    I hope you'll adjust well to your medication. Please take care of yourself, and as @AmyShackles said, be honest with your psychiatrist. Best of luck, and get well soon!
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    There are two main classes for antidepressants. One makes you more sleepy (and more hungry) and the other more active (and less hungry).
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