I have had 2 of the best days of my life this week dispite the loss of my dog. I havent been on my medicine for over two weeks. I miss the feeling of being unmedicated. Not drowsy, full of energy and what feels to be like my old self before depression put its clutches in me. I get sad when this happens. I keep thinking that one time- this great feeling will stay without the meds and depression and anxiety may not return. Everytime, I get a taste of what great is and what normal is again and then I know that this is not going to be the time that it wont return. Does anyone else go through this? Do you ever hope that maybe the docs were wrong and that maybe it was a passing depression that you kind of outgrew finally and then realize that your life is going to have to be on these meds? I would like your input.
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