and I feel anxious. He is on lamictal and just started 10mg of lexapro last week and I see an improvement...the improvement was initally because this is a new doctor and he really liked her. i think he's stabilizing...or this is another time where I think things are on the upswing and they aren't. Because of all of you this past week or so, I have felt much better. I was in a really bad place. But I feel anxious today. I almost want to tell him, "now don't go in there and tell her how great you have been feeling" - not that he should lie, but it's only been a week and it's only 10mg...but that would be very negative and that would be telling him "you REALLY don't feel better" and that is not good for him. Does it make sense when I say -I feel like i was safer when i knew it was bad. Now that it might be getting better, I feel very....on guard again.....
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