YIPPEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!YES YES YES...... DYCE you did it, I tell you my heart was about to explode waiting on my doc to tell me that day...Im glad your feelin more energy... I go for my 6month post in a couple of weeks, are you off your AD now? Im so happy for you it was a long hard road but it cured you................
God Bless You
Wonderful news! Being clear at 12 weeks is just about the same as being clear at six months. Give the depression some time, it hasn't been that long since you were on the drugs. Exercise seems to help some. A good steak and suds should't hurt as well!
Great news, glad to hear it. At 12 weeks I was not done with depression either. I'm at 7 months and am feeling better every day. As jim said, it really does take time and exercise helps. But today, enjoy the moment.
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