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deasertrose posted:
TRIGGER=>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Nobody hasn't any success in treating my depression. Right now I can't decide if I want to take all my meds or to stop taking them all.
jians responded:
its been awhile the last time i check my acct here.,last year i joined here because of my mothers depression but i get back not because of her but for myself.,though i was not diagnose to have depression but on my own i know i do have.i may just be somehow in denial of it initially but i know things are not gonna change until i face it.i know that every person have their own severity of depression depending on their experiences specially those we had in the past.,but one thing i know that would make a difference is having a personal relationship w/ your "creator".you knew whom i was referring to right?i know how it feels to be in search of cure.,but i believe knowing him is the reason why im getting through this depression,i know this thing i have right now will be gone soon.i wanted to be an inspiration to others once this is over.,i know i will take some time but step by step as i put my life under His hands i know i will be free.hope my messege helps you.,ill include u in my prayers.,

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