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Last 10 Posts [ In reverse order ]
Kraken the Meek Posted on May 13 2011, 07:54 PM
  Well do what you think is best, Kitten. In regards to trying blood or not... Or anything actually! Haha.

And woot! Thumbs up, I love getting the thumb's up.


In regards to meat, I actually find myself craving a lot more fruits, nuts and veggies lately and it's driving me absolutely bonkers. First of all my house doesn't carry a lot of those anyway because we're severe meat eaters... Also I'm picky with apples and bananas and often everyone in the house hold is so considerate to eachother they they won't eat the fruits so that everyone else can have fruits then they go bad xDD Sooo.... Yogurt is my best friend. =3 Cause it's tasty goodness of dooooooommmm......

However I refuse to relinquish teh meats! Refuse I say!
kitten's-shadow Posted on May 9 2011, 10:15 PM
  Thank you for asking, things have been getting better :)
Cravings aren't so bad anymore, I can honestly say I have been eating meat almost every day.
I'm not so sure if trying blood is still a good idea for me.

Hahaha I give you thumbs up on the eggs comment though, kinda glad I have my own place now. them dozen eggs don't even last me a week sometimes xD
Kraken the Meek Posted on May 8 2011, 02:02 AM
  I hope things have worked out for you Kitten's-shadow... It sounds like a difficult thing to work through.



On a side-note, scanning through this thread reminds me a lot of when I was in middle school, then again it appears that a lot of things that I go through or learn about recently reminds me of my experiences in middle school or slightly younger.

As for 'Blood Visions' in particular, I would have horrible day-mares as I referred to them, as well as disturbing dreams, though those dreams were usually of me waking up in a morbidly gruesome scene from having hurt someone, or dreams of actually going through the motions of hurting someone in a gruesome manner.

Medium-rare is my preferred flavor of meat, because I prefer the bloodier flavor. If I could get my steaks cooked even less in front of my family I probably would. Also, I understand the egg craving that Kitten went through. As for the past few months I have tried hard not to devour the eggs in the house because my sister eats eggs a lot too, my mother will actually buy a 24 pack I think? Also everytime I eat out, especially in a group, I crave eggs like a fiend.

However that's all I really have to comment on, it was something that struck my mind as interesting.
kitten's-shadow Posted on Feb 14 2011, 11:56 AM
  It comes and goes whenever it pleases.
though most times it will last for more than 2 days :/
It has also been getting worse in the past 2 months, but this is due to not having my son around.
Every time I start thinking about him or talking about him I start to get sad and cry, but isn't that normal coming from a mother who misses his son/daughter?
I know that when he comes back I'll go back to the regular comes and goes, so i don't know if its worth taking them or not.
My doctor gave me a phone number to call their couselor, though she said that by the questionnare i filled out, I don't seem to have severe depression, but she still wants me to call.
Also, by what you had said earlier I dont believe it would be wise to speak of my feelings and thoughts with them, I know I would have to take the medication or worse. Impose that I am a threat not just to myself but also to my son; this is what I fear the most. I don't want him taken away from me...

HeavenlyFangs Posted on Feb 12 2011, 04:49 PM
  Take the anti-depression medication only if you have depression. Do you get depressed more than is warranted? If so, then I would recommend taking them. If not, then don't take them. Medication is only a bandage though. If you are authentically depressed, you should get therapy for it as well as a chemical solution. Keep in mind: I am not a psychologist so I am just giving personal advice, not medical/psychological recommendations.

-Milosh
kitten's-shadow Posted on Feb 12 2011, 03:44 PM
  I have been eating a lot of eggs lately ...
actually been going through the 18 pack in a week or so o.o
and been going through a lot of rare/ medium rare steaks. (medium rare when im with my boyfriend, he jokes about me a lot when it comes to vampire stuff, so I don't comment him on much regarding the topic anymore.)
The vision aren't that strong as before, but they solemnly come and go..
During micro class we were working with Grams, we were using these different kinds of taints to make them more visible under the microscope, the dark red one was enough to make me think about blood.
Make me want to lick it off the slide :P
Anywho.. as I mentioned before, I went to the doctor this week and to my symptoms they simply responded with the mere "it's due to your depression" so now they are insisting even more on making me take medication.
I don't know if I should do it or not though... I really don't.
astral chylde Posted on Feb 7 2011, 10:23 PM
  I would advise eating high protein, high energy foods like eggs and bananas and see if that helps at all before jumping into blood. I would also tell you to goto the doctor with your symptoms of you needing to eat a lot and still feeling hungry: that can be related to certain conditions including certain parasites.

If everything is fine, order medium to rare steaks at restaurants or buying them from the store and work your way in that way. I would not suggest starting right in on feeding off someone's blood (or anything else) unless you are cpmpletely positive you are not sick with something else, or can correct your diet to feel better.
HeavenlyFangs Posted on Feb 7 2011, 03:40 PM
  Yes, I believe that feeding on someone's blood may help alleviate your symptoms. However, I should caution that (with me at least, and under certain circumstances) blood can trigger an even stronger response relating to the "blood-visions" of which we speak. It is hard to judge how you would react, and given the state of need you appear to be in, I would advise sticking with non-blood alternatives for now. If you'd like, I can teach you some ways to ambient-feed that would lessen the impact of your "thirst". Send me a message if you are interested.

-Milosh
astral chylde Posted on Feb 7 2011, 03:19 PM
 
QUOTE (kitten's-shadow @ Feb 7 2011, 04:37 PM)
Sorry! the guest post is mine, I forgot to log in :unsure:
Anyway..
I know astral chylde commented on the only way to get rid of it is by feeding, meaning taking someone's blood?

If a high-protein diet isn't working, feeding may. I say feeding in the sense that you are getting blood or blood-products and ingesting it. Rare or raw meat can help, but when you are that starved, sometimes you just need the real thing. This might be because, depending on the source, much of the meat out there is drained of much of the blood before it's packaged or sent out to restaurants. Some good places to look for blood would be cultural markets like Asian or eastern European, or any other butcher may sell it too.

As for "blood visions", the way I feel about it is that they are a possible outcome if I ever let my hunger go for so long that the second "personality" will take over and do bad things. I think Milos summed it up enough for an example in his story.
kitten's-shadow Posted on Feb 7 2011, 10:37 AM
  Sorry! the guest post is mine, I forgot to log in :unsure:
Anyway..
I know astral chylde commented on the only way to get rid of it is by feeding, meaning taking someone's blood?

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