I chanced upon this flyer on the Tapestry Project, and I thought that I would help to spread the word. This research study is done by a SUSS student, and it is titled: “Healing after a Suicide Attempt: A Qualitative Study”. Interviews would probably be conducted between Feb and Apr.
A while back (quite some time ago), I had an interview with NCSS (the type which you sign up for) which was unpaid and voluntary. I decided to sign up because I had a lot to say. And these are some of the suggestions I made.
My mind is quite jumbled up right now. I am on Epilim (stupid name man) and Fluoxetine right now. I stopped the Olanzapine. Sometimes, I think I have cognitive decline, as I can barely string together a coherent sentence, yet sometimes, I am functioning well cognitively, and I can be eloquent too. I am trying to collect my thoughts, and maybe the Olanzapine helped me organise my thoughts better? There are so many events I want to attend, yet, they might not be that interesting after all, so I am hesitant. Also, school is starting so I need to learn […]