would just like to report in to you to let you know how im getting on. for those who dont know me ive been on here about a year, and ive suffered with anxiety and panic attacks. last march i was put on anti depressants (mirtazipine) and ive also been having counselling every week for a year. I am now coming off my meds and am taking 1/4 a night ive gone from one to half to a quarter, to be honest when i was on them full time i was really worried about how i would be when i come off them. Now im near the end and on 1/4 tab i cant believe how well i am feeling and how positive i am , i can see the light at the end of the tunnell, and im not worried abut coming off them completely, its almost like im going to be free. I would just like to say that if you work hard enough you can get through this anxiety, if i can anyone can. I took meds, had counselling, joined a gym to do some exercise, read a lot of self help books on anxiety and other things related, and improving generally all aspects of my life and done a lot of writing and also had alot of support from a lot of wonderful people on d.s and my friends and family. so i would just like to say a special thank you and say that if i can do it i really hope you can too. Good luck to you all.And if you need anyhelp from me feel free to ask
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