Although I have recovered from my depression that started last year this time and lasted a good 6 months, I still have problems concentrating at work. I have no "passion" for my job anymore. I am fortunate that I have a good paying job and I am certainly grateful for that. But that doesn't eliminate the problem I have concentrating and focusing at work. I just procrastinate. I've barely done an ounce of work in the last 4 weeks. I do just barely enough to be noticed and then that's it. I am trying to pull it together but I can't understand why my motivation is at an all time low. I wonder if it's the Lexapro or something else. On the other hand, I feel pretty good. No depression and very little anxiety. I shouldnt' be complaining and I'm really not, I'm just wondering where my focus at work went too and how to get it back. I don't know, maybe it's my day to vent. Those of you who know me, or those who even care, (all 2 of you) know that this isn't me. My apologies for rambling and being a schmuck today!
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