Thanks ambling :p I'd prefer an i7 processor because the better the processor, the more powerful it is, but also the more futureproof. I could get a gaming laptop with better specs for a similar price, but then there are compromises in battery life, weight, etc. And I'm never gonna be a l33t pro gamer running the latest games at a trillion fps - if I ever get around to playing Undertale I'll be doing well.
Hopefully it will play Geometry Dash though - yes, after all this time, after all these years, I'm still playing that game <_<.
I'm not sure about
the touchscreen. I don't miss having it on my laptop, but whenever I've used my mum's friend's laptop I've found myself using the touchscreen on that quite a bit. So if I had it I would probably use it, but it's not essential.
Cheers. I hope you are keeping okay.
Edit: Oops. I got distracted by looking at laptops for so long, there's been another reply in the meantime. Give me a few minutes to read and respond, scifigal.
Sorry you had another bad night
Pretty sure I don't have bipolar disorder. Perhaps the closest I come is agitated depression. I do get the restlessness and the irritability, but that's about
it - I never get manic or suffer from "highs". At any rate, I'm already taking an antipsychotic - quetiapine (brand name Seroquel). Been taking it since last summer, but it's not had any positive impact on my mood - I went through the worst depression on my life while I was on it. I stay on it because it helps me fall asleep, no other reason. Although I suspect it's causing blurry vision (not the same thing as the cloudiness), and I would like to try a few days without it to see if the blurriness goes away. But I'm not looking forward to the insomnia when I do.
I haven't found a single medication which helps to improve my mood. I'm not sure why. I did have one psychiatrist tell me that medication wouldn't work for me because of my autism; my dperession came from a different source than somebody without autism. It was a few years ago and he's retired in the meantime, which is a shame, as I would have liked to seen him again. I would have liked to have asked him more about
depression and autism. The psychiatrist who has replaced him is useless. He knows nothing except drugs and not that much about
those, I suspect.
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