Diagnoses: Possible social anxiety, depression and PTSD. After having studied psychiatry on my free-time, I've come to believe that the latter was a misdiagnosis.
Psychotherapy: Cognitive-behavioral therapy and cognitive processing therapy as an out-patient. I felt that the effectiveness of the treatments using psychotherapy depended more on the therapist than the therapy form. At the moment, I'm not going to therapy.
Pharmacotherapy: I was prescribed low (separate) doses of Zoloft, Prozac and Seroquel. Zoloft was great, but when my doctor refused my request of a larger dose, I protested his decision by quitting Zoloft as well as our meetings "cold turkey", which I don't recommend doing. I found Prozac to be pretty much ineffective, aside from a few undesired side-effects. I had a poor experience with Seroquel since I only remember becoming easily irritable and aggressive during the treatment. At the moment, I'm not taking any medications.
Note: My ability to tell time without a watch and a marked calendar is awful; I haven't marked the above text with any time stamps since I don't have much of a clue as to how long ago these things occurred.
Date of birth: 1997-08-23 (Age: 20).
Hair color: Dark blonde.
Eye color: Blue-green.
Family: Mother, dog and sister.
Favorite season: Winter.
Favorite game: Grand Theft Auto V.
Favorite book: "To **** a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
My favorite thing in the world: Compassion.
My least favorite thing in the world: Apathy.
Favorite food: Baked sweet potatoes filled with black beans, kale and green goddess dressing.
Favorite animals: Cows and rats.
My idol: Sam Harris.
Hobbies: Getting stuffed with food and new knowledge.
Favorite film: Carnage: Swallowing the Past.
I want to become: Content.