I was told by my doctor a few years ago that each time you fall into a depression, the harder it is to climb out. Have you found this to be true? I hope not! That was a huge hole I had to claw my way out of! With Zoloft, of course. Also, I'm pretty sure that the feelings of depression that I have around my edges is due to the fact that my Dad is so very sick. Have you ever felt the beginings of depression coming on (due to a situation or just out of the blue) and had it resolve it's self? Without completely going into another depression? Thanks for your insight :o)
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