Stuckwithme you are hilarious - you still on like you are 100% right, ignoring information saying the opposite and not giving any references.
I have seen your posts in other threads as well, and everywhere people get pissed off because of your attitude.
In real life, people that jump to conclusions by wrong facts, downplaying other's problems, and tell other people how this and that remedy work without even having tried it himself, is netiher liked nor taken serious.
It's just the same on internet forums.
You have to come out of your little bubble into the real world because you are making up conclusions that are not even true and you sit there and judge me for thinking I am right, when you are acting even worse. It's sort of pathetic. No wonder your problems got such a tight grip around you. You are probably very good in convicing yourself that all the ghosts in your head are true.
You seem to be very detached from the rest of the people on this forum. Are you sure you are hanging in the right place? I mean, I've seen your posts all over the internet and you seem quite confused about your own condition. No wonder you have trouble setting the facts straight.
You have proven to all of us that you know nothing about how Inderal works, nor Clonidine and while you claim that it goes to the core of curing blushing in itself everyone who knows anything about medicine and anatomy know that it is not true in any way. All it does is lower the amount of anxiety that a pouning heart is causing. It is still possible to blush as you did without it. You also claim that ETS "cures" blushing, yet most reports on the internet say's people who got the treatment for blushing are mostly dissatisifed and that blushing most often comes back full force. Some might be happy for a year or two but then the honeymoon is over. It's t he same with beta blockers - the heart is not pounding like crazy so they feel calmer meaning less blushing. But then they have another blushing episode and the safety is gone. Like I said, belief is a powerful thing. ETS makes people feel like zombies, of course they are not going to worry about blushing when their heart beat has gone down with 10-20 beats. It's not a cure for blushing, it's bulls*it. It's like shaving a dog and claim you have cured it's hair problems. First of all, the dog needs the hair and second of all, the hair problem is bound to grow back. It's not a solution, it's a temporary go around and when the dog is naked, the least of its problem is thinking about the hair, but how to keep from freezing.
You also claim that blushing is something abnormal and that it must be something wrong with people who blush. That's like pouring water on the problem, making people even sicker. Your claims are bulls*it. You can say there is something wrong with yourself, which seems to be the case, but don't enforce it on others. You saw the reports I posted in my last post. Blushing can actually "grow" into a psychological problem even if somebody just points out the blushing at a bad occasion. But you will never understand because you are sooo special. Also, the biggest problem people have is the "fear" of blushing, that is even the name of the phobia itself. The problem lies in being afraid of blushing. Blushing in itself is not a problem.
Seriously, haven't you made an ass of yourself enough all ready? Or are you going to keep pounding your head against the wall like a 10 year old all your life and never get anywhere?