I just came back from seeing the psychiatrist who handled my grief counseling. She told me that I didn't need to see her anymore unless I wanted to. I stopped taking the zoloft about 2 weeks ago. Surprisingly (most of all to me); all is well. Through this experience I have learned so many good things about myself and others. I have come to appreciate human nature and I know that when life seems its darkest - with patience, there is light at the end of the tunnel. With those thoughts in mind, I have posted my loss story in my journal. I am hoping to close a chapter in my life but know that when I need to remember, those pages can always be reopened but may be looked upon in a clearer light. Thanks to all of you who have been so kind and shared so much with me through this. I am not leaving DS as it has served as such a source of inspiration and strength to me - even from those with whom I did not communicate but was touched by your hearts and wisdom. I will probably not be logging in to DS as often; however will be checking messages regularly. Love and Blessings to all. Elizabeth
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