Ok...I was diagnosed clinically depressed at the end of May, and had severe anxiety. Through trial and error, my psychiatrist found a pretty good combination of meds and for the past month I have felt pretty good, actually "too" good. As a matter of fact, since I have been on this happy high, I find myself making poor decisions that I know I wouldn't have made if I weren't feeling this ultra high. Don't get me wrong, I would much more like to feel this 'up' emotion as opposed to the anxiety that consumed my life. But I don't know how to find that logical balance.
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