My 17 year old son recently went off his medication (zoloft). His behavior indicates that he is suffering from Dysthymia (Long lasting, mild form of depression), but he denies it, and depite urgings from his doctor, teachers, and myself, he refuses to go back on his meds. He doesn't want to be dependent on medication so he is going to go without it. Meanwhile, I worry about him constantly.
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