I'm doing much better doctor adjusted my meds and put me back on ativan, feeling pretty mellow and euophoric since i've been on it depression is pretty much gone at the moment feeling optimistic about my future, usually this optimism doesnt last to long its an everyday struggle but i just keep telling myself NEVER GIVE UP. I know the lord granted me this illness for a purpose and you should all feel the same way, pick yourself up and move on
I def needed an anxiety med in there, my mom is controllin what I take daily so i dont abuse it like i use to, i also take temezepam for insomnia but when i take it this euphoric feeling comes over me and relaxes me and helps with my anxiety too i dont understand it
It's good to hear some positivity, I agree we should never give up and keep moving forward... I'm glad your depression is pretty much gone and that you're feeling optimistic... Whatever you're doing, you're doing it right if you're feeling good so keep it up. And it's good that you have your mom monitering how much you take, my fiance moniters my meds. It helps alot.
yes i agree ppl who support you are everything, it could be a friend, doctor, neighbor, mom,dad, even a stranger, I cannot thank the ppl around me enough for what they do, especially my mom,dad,and sister who i feel like are fighting this fight with me.
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