Update on my depression and ECT electroconvulsive therapy – the Reverse Robin Hood

Ashley sent me the following, to update her life.

“Still sucking. I’ve dropped out of college completely, on SSD, no friends, no life. Electroconvulsive therapy didn’t help at all, and made it worse. Because it added a shitload of memory loss and brain damage to the mix. It would be nice if it took away the bad memories, but it doesn’t work that way. It seems like it leaves the bad and steals the good. Sort of a reverse Robin Hood.

Doctors don’t want a patient like me who doesn’t get better. One twit wanted to give me more shock. Can you believe it??? He threatened me with forced shock, and I told him I’d do it, then left after promising to make an appointment, and never returned. Twit’s office called me and I pretended to be my mother and said ‘she moved.’

Another site to visit, if you’re in the mood for some sarcastic humor about electroshock. It’s the kind of thing some may enjoy, others may be offended. If you don’t want to offend anyone, you basically have to sit in a box, stick your finger up your ass and shut your cake hole.”

So check this out and sorry if you don’t like the humor and fashion tips. Shock Girl.


  1. Neil says

    Have you tried Ketamine?
    Pharmacologically, ketamine is classified as an NMDA receptor antagonist, but it also acts at numerous other sites (including opioid receptors and monoamine transporters)
    I use lamotrigine and citalopram,
    magnesium helps

    also if you were a male testosterone works

  2. A says

    This sounds all too familiar. I had ECT and felt the same as you. It makes me wonder how many of us feel this way and why medical professionals aren’t studying us afterward or asking us how we feel about ECT.

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