Ketamine and Talking Forever
A new side-effect of Ketamine has revealed itself. With many patients, Ketamine can be socially crippling
Seriously, there is something that the "ketamine community" need to keep an eye on.
It's very very common that the patient who uses Ketamine suffers from a lack of ability to tell with the other person is enjoying the conversation.
I found that many Ketamine patients would feel a certain incomparable high from speaking.
The speaking and being listened to gives extreme doses of dopamine, making some people really addicted to talking.
The thing is, a pleasant conversation consists of sharing listening time. Is not that the person feels pleasure from talking, the patient will feel pleasure to being listened to.
It doesn't matter if the other person is actually listening, the person is fine with just the pale impression that the other person is listening.
Many people don't have anyone to spit words at. Or the patient KNOWS that it's annoying to engage in a conversation with a person in this state of spirit, so they turn to writing.
The writing very often seems like the registration of a flow of ideas that are too fast to be caught. Very challenging to read again.