Yes, i do need reassurance, all the time!
Yep! I wrote up a post about this phenomena, on how a completely logical minded person that prides themselves on their mental strengths can become such a hypochondriac irregardless of the proven medical tests, such as complete blood-work, MRI, x-rays', EKG's urine analysis that had recently been performed that verify that these are only benign symptoms. Yet I can still continue to believe that this is something else, almost every time the symptom(s) return. The paranoia is at work, causing one to question and doubt everything and all information that is logical, causing one to need constant reaffirmation so incessantly to the point of being a complete bother to all people around ourselves outside of this forum.
This just vindicates, just how horrible this drug can be(even if only relatively temporary)and has been without my full understanding of it's effects. It's sneaky and in my opinion, the benefits are far, far outweighed by negative issues that surround benzodiazepines.
All I can say, is I wasn't this way before and I won't be this way after I am done with the withdrawals of this!