About Me: Female, 48, Fort Dodge, IA, member since Dec 2012
I have struggled with depression most of my life, but after over 20 years in therapy with the same doctor and therapist, I made a change to a new doctor and therapist. I am happy to say that within six months with the new "pair", I started making so much progress. I w
[More]as on disability for almost ten years because of the depression and after three years my new doctor and therapist, I took myself off disability and started working more towards full-time. I have maintained my progress. I do have set backs, but everyone gets depressed from time to time.
I love to scrapbook. I do both traditional and digital. I am a full-time student. I am working towards a second bachelor's in elementary education; however, my heart lies with mathematics.
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