Hello everyone. I am new here and I guess this is my story. I am recently separated from my husband of 15 years of marriage. I have two children. I have had problems with depression in the past and have tried prozac and I have gone to counseling a couple of times. I finally just quit taking the prozac and have been fine for several years but recently I had a major blow up and I realized I needed meds and very, very fast. I called the doctor and am now on Bupropion SR. I cry all the time and I am so tired of it. It would sure be nice to have the meds kick in faster for the moments that I feel my worst during the day or night. I don\'t have many friends and I thought I would give this a try. My Mother has been depressed off and on her adult life and my Father is a paranoid schizophrenic and is bipolar and I don\'t know what else. I am so scared that I am going to end up like him. Anyway, this is just a small part of my story but I am here to say \"Hello\".
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