I've been trying to find a reason to why I lash out automantically when people say certain things. Mainly if I feel like they are pointing out that I'm stupid. Which this lead me to find this part of adhd that I didn't know about. So Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria means when your more sensitive than others to rejection, teasing, criticism, or your own perception that you have failed or fallen short. I know everyone freaks out to that at times. So this is for when you know the level of emotion your feeling towards it isn't normal. That you feel crushed by it.
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I think I do.. I never heard of this before but it explains a lot... I'm gonna remember this and ask the psy about it. Very interesting.
Anyone who has experience with this know of any way how to deal with it without letting it take over your life for days or months? (The panic and atypical depression that follow after you do something wrong that is, or you get rejected or whatever)1