Do you have any of these MDD Side Effects?

I'm curious if anyone else experiences these symptoms.

1. Impatience

(When dealing with people, and the rules of the world. I find myself rushing people to finish what they're saying. I sometimes finish their sentences for them. I just don't feel like waiting for people to talk, take action or whatever it is they're doing)

2. Psychic or 6th Sense. A supreme feeling of being smarter than "normal" people. Premonitions, predictions, pre-living an experience. Another thing is in depth knowledge of how relationships work, knowing how to have perfect conversations with people (whether you have a social life or not).

3. Continuously Traveling/Changing (or the desire to). A desire for newness, new things. Being bored with routines and old things- things that may not be that bothersome to "normals". Like being tired of where you live, whats on tv, whats for breakfast, tired of the same people.

4. OCD-like Speech. Repeating statements and not realizing it. I say it and I say it again (just reworded) and the person I'm talking to looks at me like OK I GET IT ALREADY.

EX: "I really wanna go to the poetry club tonight. Tonight I feel like going out to the poetry club.  It would be nice."

I do it all the time. Sometimes I elaborate on one sentence several times. Maybe I think people are deaf.lol

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Comment by Sasha Greenwood on February 15, 2015 at 9:05pm

How interesting. I'm actually just discovering that what I do is a thing... So it's interesting to see the similarities.

1.) Yes, most definitely. I get very irritable waiting for them to finish talking, or I phase out completely and stop listening. It's a really bad habit.

2.) Yes to predictions, when I was younger, and occasionally today.  I have a very natural instinct of understanding relationships, and am usually the most diplomatic person in a group.

3.) YES! For the longest time. I considered myself some sort of commitment-phobe. Since I've had my daughter, I am more interested in settling one place though.

4.) Not really repeating things. I'm usually very quiet.  I sometimes have a tendency to make Yes and No answers ridiculously long. I always just thought of myself as a little verbose.

Comment by Lauren M on February 13, 2015 at 11:18am

MatthewR I didn't even know what ENFP was so I googled it. My answer is very likely.

Comment by MatthewR on February 12, 2015 at 7:20pm

Are you ENFP by any chance?

Comment by Lauren M on February 12, 2015 at 10:40am

And regarding number 2. Here's one of many personal experiences I've had.

In the months leading up to 9/11. I would frequently wake up at 9:11am. Literally, would roll over and look at the clock and there it is in bold red numbers...9:11am lol. Whenever I thought to look at the time on any given day, it would be 9:11 am or pm. After the 9/11 attacks happened, the coincidences stopped. I hate that my experiences never lead to much explanation...I'm just left with questions until eventually I write it off as a mere coincidence.

Comment by Lauren M on February 12, 2015 at 10:33am

I think we're some of the most interesting people. At first I was ashamed of being this way, and I still want to live without the excessive fantasizing, but I think it's partly a good thing. Maybe we're tapping into a part of the brain that most people aren't using. Anyone who's seen the movie Lucy can kinda see where I'm going with this. We're strange in a good way.lol

Now...if only I could move things without touching them.

Comment by Kayla on February 11, 2015 at 2:09pm

I have all but the second one. I'm very impatient when it comes to listening to other people to talk, most of the time I lose interest in what they're saying and just start daydreaming while they're talking.

Comment by The1andonlyAbber on February 2, 2015 at 8:12pm
1. Sometimes, mainly if I've been daydreaming a lot in the past week. Everything happens so much faster in my daydreams!

2. No, not really.

3. For me it's actually the opposite--my daydreaming causes me to have an obsession with routines. In my daydream life, every day brings a barrage of insane events and huge changes/dislocations. My daydreams are science fiction themed, so I mean REALLY crazy stuff--alien invasions, volcanic eruptions, wars between planets, and cities getting destroyed. For me, the real world is the only place where anything can be consistent, so I try to make things as routine as possible.

4. No, but I have a habit of getting off topic and sometimes lose my train of thought in the middle of a sentence.
Comment by Lauren M on January 30, 2015 at 12:27pm

That's crazy. I thought I might not be alone on some of these.lol

Comment by Ivy White on January 29, 2015 at 12:32am

1. Depends. When I am stressed, everybody should move faster, but when I am good I'm generally pretty patient with things I have no control over (like cues and lines and public transport). I tend to just go into DD to make it pass.

2.  I'm only pretty good at sensing the emotions behind what people say and how they truly feel so that makes it easy to "say the right thing".

3. Totally. OMG yes.

4. Apparentely I do this too, I just asked. I'll just verbalize what's in my head and what's in my head tends to go in circles.

Comment by F J on January 28, 2015 at 5:46pm
The first and last one Yes! Completely impatient with other people, rush them when they talk, can't wait to wander off alone and think to myself. I also repeat things over and over like I do with my day dreams. ....

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