Just a quick note to say hi! I think that is so wonderful that you keep coming back to share what it was like for you, what happened, and what things are like now. Everyone of us has a story. Not everyone can relate to your story or mine. However, if we all continue to share our own stories, someone, some day will be able to grab onto something one of us has shared, and that just might make a difference to them. You rock Struggling. fred
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi Shanna, the depression does get better. Not everyone experiences it. It may have something to do with the withdrawal from the Norco also. The most comforting thought for me was knowing it was the withdrawal causing the depression, and that meant it would eventually end. For some, it takes a few weeks. I hope you feel better soon. Love and courage, Linn
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