I have suffered with depression since I was a young girl and then at 16 it hit me and I have lived with it ever since and I am now 59, 60 in a couple of months & I have tried so many different kinds of tablets but seem to have found the most effective now, which is zoloft it at least keeps me within a range, still slip but its the best so far for helping control it. It has been so hard. It is really what the day brings, but you can't give up , you have to take everday even if you have to fight for most of that day and go on. I have 4 grown up children all married to great partners, 9 grandchildren and another one on the way. The eldest grandchild is 18 and they are all wonderful. I was lucky to have had a picture taken with all my grandchildren together. I have worked on over time and when I am thinking silly, to bring that picture up out of my subconcious and that helps me ge through. It took a lot of practice but it really works. hugs to all and hope that this day brings you peace and joy.
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