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December 16, 2006


Michelle in MX

I really have never thought of this! You see my ticker, I fly off the handle time and again too, I have NEVER connected the dots! Good point, great perspective! and {{{Hugs}}} to you too.



You gotta do what you gotta do. Depression is a scary but most of the time can be "fixed". If Zoloft worked for you, don't feel bad about getting back on it. So many people can't find a drug that helps theirs. So feel lucky that you have found one.


I am sooo angry at you for pointing out that my anger and ranting may be a form of depression. AAAAGH!!!! Why did I not think of that? You really make me mad!! I am so angry at you/me.

Seriously, I lose it at the drop of a hat very often and I never considered that it could be something more than just poor training. I have a history of agitated depression-I suppose it may have morphed into anger. (because of poor training)

Another day, another doctor visit. ( :


Like they said!
You have to be a happy momma to have a happy family. There is nothing wrong with being on the meds a while.
Just make sure you are giving yourself the tools to change what you can so that when you do go off of them again you do not go right back to the same thing.


you know I swear I could have written this myself. I know how you feel.. and i find it really funny that zoloft works for me as well.. that being said, I did get preggo while taking it and only stopped 3 weeks ago..(seems okay now).. anyhow, take heart! little pill friends are sometimes necessary to keep us sane.
hugs and prayers!


Glad to hear you're feeling better about your decision. It's more important to be happier/less angry than to trouble yourself with feelings of weakness that you can't handle this on your own. Life is too short to spend it angry and regretful.


Good for you. It's okay to take care of yourself like this. You do what you need to do - there's no shame in needing a little help to cope.


Hi Heather! I have a friend whose depression is anger, too. Often when I get upset it just flows into anger as well. It IS okay for you to be that way, because you are taking control of it by acknowledging it and treating it. The good news is, my friend was only on her medication for a year and a half, and during that time she said the way she dealt with things was to analyze them, so that when the time came to come off medication, she could deal with things without over-reacting. I hope you can get to that point to.
HUGS to you!!

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