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Do i have lyme disease?

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- Sun, 29 May 2016 08:29:37 EST QQhRQAIX No.54176
File: 1464524977439.jpg -(1093888B / 1.04MB, 3104x1746) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Do i have lyme disease?
2 days ago this appeared (picture related).

what sort of "treatment" is this?

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- Wed, 25 May 2016 00:45:35 EST xwxcYzbu No.54157
File: 1464151535539.gif -(46689B / 45.59KB, 504x583) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. what sort of "treatment" is this?
Sup /med/, I've got a question -
Not to go into details, but recently I've learned that a certain psychiatrist advised a mother that's complained of problems with her emotionally unstable son (that suffered a minor breakdown shortly before the whole thing) to "reject" him (that is, threaten to cut out parental support - which is illegal, but still; as well as act generally cold, distant, provoke guilt and shame and so on) so as to "convince" him to "behave" (which in this case, meant returning home and allowing himself to be subject to day treatment under her care). The psychiatrist also presented the mother with ways to coax her son into guilt and convince him that he's insane (notably, she's been taught how to use gaslighting for this purpose). The mother followed the advice, by the way, and it didn't go too well.

That... doesn't seem to be something a psychiatrist should advise people to do. Is that just a case of a sociopath practitioner, or is this some kind of woo circulating around, like primal scream therapy or something? Can anything, other than smearing the psychiatrist (which is neither effective nor proper) done to prevent this from happening in the future? Can anything of note be done for the, well, unwitting subject of this treatment? Is bringing the matter up with another, unrelated psychiatrist feasible, or will the case be thrown out, for whatever reason - and if it's possible it'll be, then for what reason(s)?

Thanks for any and all advice. Picture kind of related, possibly.

Am i dying?

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- Tue, 10 May 2016 22:16:51 EST iw7szvez No.54084
File: 1462933011144.jpg -(236243B / 230.71KB, 1042x626) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Am i dying?
Been up for a couple days, meth, phenibut. i drank most of a half galon last day i slept. I have some pain under my left rib. Its been 2 days since its hur, and now im worried.. Wut do? Ive been suicidal lately, but today i decided i want to live and was gonna try to join service. This sucks. Ive has pain there before from lozza drugs n booze, and i just laid off and it went away. These drugs last a long time though and ive been going hard. I don't have money or insurance, going to hosiptal for this would also ruin chance to serve. It would fuck shit up way worse with my roomie to ask him to take me to er as well. I really don't wanna go to hospital, but im scared. Help
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Charles Hunnergold - Wed, 25 May 2016 08:05:17 EST ZuSscp5a No.54158 Reply
thankfuly, cause it's all wrong. And you even have the indecency to make remarks on the statements of way better capacitated people. Ignorance is corageous.

Edging: a health concern?

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- Tue, 24 May 2016 01:17:05 EST yw2pWV+y No.54150
File: 1464067025327.jpg -(110259B / 107.67KB, 293x333) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Edging: a health concern?
Edging. A pleasure for the discerning gentleman who favours the act of nutting into a welcoming vagina (or oral cavity, should such a kink be accepted). It is unquestionably a suitable way to enhance pleasure, stamina and expand on the world of male masturbation. It also has a soporific effect on the mind and has been used by many restless males to enter unconsciousness, or awaken pleasantly to the morning.

As an avid edger, I have often gone long stretches of time without ejaculating. I have learned that ejaculation depletes ones bodily reserves of Zinc, which is used in DNA synthesis, wound healing, and sperm production/motility. It also helps to sharpen the senses which would explain mine and others' subjective data that an orgasm can dull the senses for a period. Chinese Daoist masters believed that vitality could be retained by fornicating with a woman and bringing her to multiple climaxing orgasms, but would not themselves indulge in ejaculating. They believed they could absorb the 'Chi' (or 气 / 氣 ) of the woman (a superstition that women no doubt would be in support of, ey boys?). To dismiss this entirely would be incorrect, for any expenditure by the body would result in a greater need for nourishment and metabolism.

Recently, I have decided to re-enter a period of celibacy as I found this to enhance my energy levels and clarity a great deal. During these times, I still prefer to edge, which I consider a skill with multiple levels of advancement. I think myself experienced in the more subtle art of edging and can stay in a near-orgasmic state for sometimes hours. My concerned inquiry is in regards to the health effects of never actually ejaculating. By bringing oneself to 'the edge' but settling back into the day (after a thorough session of handwashing and applying vitamin E oil to the penis) could I be at risk of testicular issues? I fortunately do not experience epididymal hypertension (or blue balls) but would not be surprised to learn that this habit could be a detriment to my physical well-being.

Are there any experts here that would like to share their wisdom on this subject?
Pic related; no doubt a fellow edger himself!
Martin Doshwater - Tue, 24 May 2016 13:02:01 EST 0hcTp+8/ No.54151 Reply
I heard somewhere that it was stressful to the long-term prostate virility in a similar way to urinating with an erection, but I've never seen and journal articles with evidence for these things.

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