I've had more and more good days lately, which is such a blessing! I thought I was going to go REALLY crazy the other day when I had a bad day. I was stupid and I drank, which always just makes things worse for me when I'm already upset. But the good days are getting more often and the bad days are coming less often...though they still come :(...sometimes they make me feel like I don't even want to get better. Well, today I do want to get better. But I'm a very impatient person. It seems like it's winding down and I'm getting better by the week. However, what if it doesn't get any better than this? I'm just worried, I suppose. Should I give it a few more weeks without meds like I wanted to or should I just go back on them and get it over with? I don't want to go back on Zoloft though. It seemed to stop working so well during the end. So, the first question is if I should go back soon or not. The second question is...does anyone know of medications that aren't addictive? If I go back on them, I do want to be able to wean off of them some day.
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