22/04/2016

Went to the psychiatrist, they increased my antidepressant dose so that shall be interesting. I then went and sat in the sun and had some alone time which was nice.

Sometimes I feel like people kinda forget about me..

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7 thoughts on “22/04/2016

  1. Hey that’s great news. A step forward. They listened to you and they responded.

    Upping dose is going to take a while to level off and make you feel better so hang in there. It makes me a zombie and i find it hard to think and work.

    See if you can get some official “time out” from college / work (?). They will understand. Perhaps a doctor’s note may help?

    Sitting in the sun is you. The “people forget about me” is the dog. Give it a kick. Tell it to piss off.

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      1. My doctor told me recently that a 150mg acts as like SSRI but when I increased the dose, 275mg, it started to work as a SSRI and would behave differently which it has. It’s amazing the difference. I feel so much better and with more motivation. A bit manic at times but generally positive.
        I hope yours will work for you in a similar way.

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  2. Glad you got to sit in the sun 🙂 and hoping the increase in your meds alleviates the pressures of life just a little bit more fire you. My heart is heavy that you feel alone. I wish no one would have to feel that way 😦 I feel it so many days, too.

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  3. see I told you that you would be ok

    *Taelynn Davis*

    On Fri, Apr 22, 2016 at 7:42 AM, Life of a Depressive wrote:

    > mycruelnightmare posted: “Went to the psychiatrist, they increased my > antidepressant dose so that shall be interesting. I then went and sat in > the sun and had some alone time which was nice. Sometimes I feel like > people kinda forget about me..” >

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