OK guys this is what PFS does to the brain (the male brain specifically). The brain has two hemisphere’s, the left is the more “masculine” side, the right the more “feminine” side.
Imagine a man’s brain as a car that runs on diesel fuel. It is physiologically designed to run on specific neurosteroids and hormones. What PFS does is that it essentially replaces the ordinary “fuel” neuro-chemical state into a more feminine one. The depression, anxiety and sadness are more female mental states. The male brain is not made to handle these emotional states well at all. It is made to handle anger and passion, it is also a more logical side of the brain.
So PFS mentally is a male brain running on female brain chemicals thus switching us over to using more of the right hemisphere than the left; however these neurosteroids are bi-phasic… and THAT is the good news. It means they can be “altered” through proper stimulation… as shown by a few successes here. But I actually understand what is going on so I can explain it in further detail and why it is occurring and how to potentially fix it… as I have.
The way to fix it (as much as you can) is… in simple terms… “do manly things”. Yes… its really sort of that simple. But let me expand on it.
It is difficult in a depressed and anxious state of mind, but you need to FOCUS on the emotions of anger, drive, and motivation… and this is what worked for me. Go to the gym, and lift heavy weights very very hard. Beat the crap out of your body but stay focused on the exercising and focused on the next exercise you will do. Listen to “angry” music before you go to get you pumped. Focus on yourself while in the gym and keep it in your own mind that you are a “badass” motherfu*ker. Also “DO” things like study, plan projects, trips, and stay focused on these tasks.
And keep doing it, until you feel the “switch” flip. No way to tell how long it will take, it might be gradual or instantaneous and happen one day out of nowhere. For me after 3 weeks of hitting the gym very hard, and taking grad classes and such… it flipped one day. And I swear to god… I actually “felt” it happen. Sadness, pain, doubt suddenly faded. And I just felt calm logic and drive.
I wouldn’t have understood this but I have spent months now studying female/male psychology and after lots of analysis came to this conclusion. Once it flips you can get drawn back into the emotional turmoil if you let events and the world get to you too much. The harder you push yourself and focus, the harder is to get drawn into the emotional state again.