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Updated: 2018-04-08T11:37:04.931-06:00

 



Thank you so much for this post. It really spoke t...

2010-09-20T21:11:20.771-06:00

Thank you so much for this post. It really spoke to me today. I just decided to try medication after a two-year battle of trying to conquer my anxiety and depression with vitamins, yoga, therapy, and plenty of good family and friends. All of these things help more than any pill — and I'm so blessed to have these things as an option! However, I've finally come to the conclusion that maybe a little pill once a day can help me to smile more and fear less and live a little lighter so that I can spread more love and light around on the planet and less tears and worries. I'm just exhausted of strapping on my boots for war each day, and I'm finally not ashamed to admit that I need extra boost to get my mind back on track once more. I pray I'll find something that works good for me soon, and I pray all of you will find healing so soon, too. Thank you for sharing your lovely thoughts so willingly.



Okay, about the meds thing. I came off Lexapro (20...

2008-09-09T10:56:00.000-06:00

Okay, about the meds thing. I came off Lexapro (20 mg) about 2-3 months ago. I would have continued to use it (because it worked like a charm) but my doctor said that Lexapro wasn't meant to treat long-term issues. I don't understand why I can't just keep taking Lexapro when I know it works so well. I'm quite frustrated with my doctor and don't know where to go next. I tried counseling for about 8 weeks but that didn't really work. I wouldn't be opposed to trying a new therapist, but I just don't see how therapy would work if my condition seems to be biological. I have family history of anxiety and depression which also adds to my frustration b/c I just feel certain that this is all biological...



Thanks Ann! I am glad you enjoyed it :) Come back ...

2007-10-23T10:24:00.000-06:00

Thanks Ann! I am glad you enjoyed it :) Come back soon!



Nice post.thanks

2007-10-21T07:05:00.000-06:00

Nice post.thanks



Dr. Deb,I am thrilled you stopped by. Welcome to t...

2007-09-29T00:24:00.000-06:00

Dr. Deb,
I am thrilled you stopped by. Welcome to the blog and I hope you come back soon. I hope Blog Against Abuse is an annual event. They might actually try doing a monthly event but I think that won't catch on as well.

Sherril,
I read your post on verbal abuse and I can relate so well. When you aren't assertive it can be really easy to let people manipulate and take advantage of you. Nice post.

Take Care everyone!



Hey,I think I found out about the Blog Catalog and...

2007-09-28T07:23:00.000-06:00

Hey,

I think I found out about the Blog Catalog and the "Blog Against Abuse" campaign from you - over at Med Blogger Code. So thanks!

Good post; I've been thinking my not taking my "good meds", vitimins, is maybe a symptom of continuing depression. I'm talking to my shrink about it.

My post was on verbal abuse, at http://theiciexperience.blogspot.com/2007/09/verbal-abuse-if-you-can-recognize-it.html



I didn't know about Blog ABuse day. I'll definitel...

2007-09-27T12:26:00.000-06:00

I didn't know about Blog ABuse day. I'll definitely have to be more up on that for next year.

And I think medication *is* natural - in the literal way with chemistry, etc and as a solution for what our bodies might be missing. It is hard to let medication or certain kinds of treatments "in". I so agree.