I was severly depressed for three years. I attempted suicide 6 times and spent a total of three weeks in the intensive care unit of the hospital and had 6 long stays in the mental health ward. Everything seemed hopeless. Then, I found Remeron. I started taking it and within three weeks, all of my depression left me. I used to cry every day, but now I don't cry at all. The bad part about Remeron is it makes you gain weight. I put on 15 pounds and am not extremely happy about that, but the benefits far outweigh the weight gain. I still don't have a job, although I am looking. I still don't have any money. I still don't have a boyfriend, yet. Nothing has changed in my physical world, but somehow, none of it is bothering me that much. And now I have the ability to take the steps to improve my life. Remeron saved me. It is a medicine definitely looking into.
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