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  1. #11
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    None taken. Is good that you have so much to offer ... and you do offer it well.
    Night guys ZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponder View Post
    None taken. Is good that you have so much to offer ... and you do offer it well.
    Night guys ZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    Later, dude.

  3. #13
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    I have figured out that depression and anxiety make you feel sick all the time. When I am manic or during my good days, I feel fine. Have more bad days than good. Been on every medication and have yet to find one that works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karalynn View Post
    I have figured out that depression and anxiety make you feel sick all the time. When I am manic or during my good days, I feel fine. Have more bad days than good. Been on every medication and have yet to find one that works.
    Hi Karalynn and welcome to the forum

    P.S. Most of the threads here go on in the General Discussion board.
    I can think of one thousand places much worse than this
    I am here
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    Your not alone with the feelings you're having i also Have had many ssri drug's none of them helped me my gp gives me diazepam as a last resort many members of this forum have been down the same path hopefully knowing this and reading there story's may help you Sometimes knowing that others feel the same as you can help
    Last edited by Twichard; 08-04-2017 at 07:28 AM.

  6. #16
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    That's why I am here. People that don't have these issues don't understand. It does help to talk to people that understand the struggles that come with depression and anxiety.

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    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karalynn View Post
    Thank you!
    Your welcome and not alone

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    Start with getting a total physical exam from a GP doctor. Take the tests he wants and wait for the results.
    This may only be physical. No need for a psychologist or such now. I personally do not trust them. Too shallow.
    you are not telling us everything--how your condition developed and what caused it
    and so on. If your doctor wants you to see a specialist, then go. But don't start with a therapist!

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    I don't know about usa but in Scotland it's the gp (doctor) that refers you to psychologist or psychiatrist or both but if you're referred to a psychologist you have to be open and willing to interact with the person you are appointed to no matter how difficult you're finding it or you're going to waste your time for no gain it's hard work trusting a strange person im giving you this advice from first-hand experience it will take more than one appointment before you realise if you're finding it helpful at the end of the day you're in charge and say when you can't continue or wish to carry on all the best twichard

 

 

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