- Apr 24, 2020
What someone may be able to just watch, or see and then forget about and go on with their day effects others in a different way, they can't stop thinking about what they've saw, they get flashbacks of this and can't move on, they can't forget it, it is so traumatising that it's stuck in their mind and they can't get over it, so drugs like antidepressants or other drugs help them not think, or they just try and take drugs to forget and escape their own thoughts, their own memories the things they've seen that they can't move on from without drugs
Sounds like you have to much empathy. I feel the same when I see a homeless person or someone in a bad way but i don't dwell on it and I don't use because of it. I have also hardened up quite a bit .
Benzos are all that works for me. If you're tolerant to benzos try clonidine as metioned above. It really surprised me