Here is a Wikipedia article about a professor from Northeastern University who is doing some interesting work. I have long thought that my "stuck" and "frozen" feelings (mental and physical) seemed like they should be related to dopamine. Now it turns out maybe they are. Professor Deth's book is called "Molecular Origins of Human Attention: The Dopamine-Folate Connection" and was written in 2003. I can't believe I'd never heard of this work before today. So despite the fact that the book is $200, I went ahead and ordered a copy. (I figure I will get my friend who sells books on Amazon to dispose of it for me after I get totally well, which seems increasingly like it will be very soon.) Anyway, it would be good to discuss this line of thought with someone. Please let me know if you're interested! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Deth NOTE: Wikipedia is a NOT-FOR-PROFIT site and not a support group. This link is so that people here can become more educated about their illnesses so that hopefully they can become better.