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 Post subject: 14 days
PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 7:41 pm 
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Thanks to all for the support. This website has truly been a godsend! Every day has gotten better. I continue to fight some anxiety and insomnia. It does seem to get better slowly and i know it will take alot more time. I do have a little more drive now, but far from normal. The biggest thing i hope for are for my endorphines to get back working. I do not feel those little pleasures yet. Good luck to all! I am wondering when do you start feeling happier? i cant say i am really depressed but just not feeling right! Thanks!


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Hi Johnny..

I know we've talked before.. I just wanted to update and say at almost 3 months I am finally beginning to feel normal (or what I think normal should be..) I am getting my "drive" back for the first time at work, which is nice. I still notice slight things here & there but too slight to even mention. I think you'll get back to normal quicker than I did if you're already where you're at now. But even if it were to take you 3 months or more to get 100%, I can tell you it's worth it. It gets better every day, besides a few set backs here and there. It's mostly all up hill, in my opinion.

Hang in there!!


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^ Oops.. I meant all down hill from here. lol


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:41 pm 
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Thanks Tiny dancer, you have been a real help! I think just knowing what to expect has made it alot better! Geeting educated from someone who truly knows means alot.


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