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Ecstasy Intake and Affective Dependency
MDMA (Ecstasy)
by Trypanautz
Citation:   Trypanautz. "Ecstasy Intake and Affective Dependency: An Experience with MDMA (Ecstasy) (exp65669)". Sep 10, 2007.

1 tablet oral MDMA


Regarding the relationship between MDMA and innapropriate bond making AND its similarity to affective dependency: According to many reports (one of them is : and to my experience, this seems to be the case for some people.

What happened in my case, is that after doing E [1 pill of blue dolphin, possibly MDE] with a new friend (girl) we both became in love. But the problem is, I became strongly affectively dependent of her, which wasn't her case, and she left me after a month. This started a constant depression, moodiness, hopelessness characteristic of affective dependency (according to my psychologist). I have seen this pattern in many of my friends abusing E...

Exp Year: 2005ExpID: 65669
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Sep 10, 2007Views: 7,261
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MDMA (3) : Post Trip Problems (8), Relationships (44), Retrospective / Summary (11), Small Group (2-9) (17)

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