You have misread my post which that brain inhibitors are just away of blocking good and bad memories.
I have amnesia, and would rather face it in reality than to have my brain thinking something is missing.

I am truly sorry for picking on any group of survivors, but feel that drugs can do more harm than good in the long run, and we need to feel that we can observe our pasts, and thank ourselves for how we survived.

Blocking receptors in the brain can lead to not being able to respond to normal responsive reactions.
That can equal more confusion and anxiety.

You cannot just throttle some bad past events without causing confusion in an abused boys mind, it will just lead to loss of
coherence of who he is, and what he fights for.

It's like saying goodbye to an old friend who made you survive, and saying a real goodbye to your childhood, and the little guy who got you through.

Not for me,


Whoever stole the Sun, put it back and we'll drop all the charges!