I have N&C, and have been on meds (Dextroamphetamine for 8 years, Lexapro for 3 years) and I have just started having some severe symptoms, one of which is the inability to write..I don't mean like my hands don't work, I mean that instead of having the occasional Epiphany or creative inspiration, I have to force it out. Like I really have to sit down and mentally force myself to think of ideas and come up with something good. It feels sort of like I have put my creativity in a folder in which the filepath has been changed, and I can't get to it. Anyone experience this type of problem? It is making me very frustrated. How do I fix this? (besides the two obvious options: Quit my meds or smoke some weed..just kidding about that second one) I feel like my favorite part of myself has gone into hiding..and I am really not happy about it.
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