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dreams and psychotherapy

Posted by Craig on October 24, 1999, at 23:16:33

In reply to AMY II, posted by Tom on October 23, 1999, at 22:22:31

Hi, AmyII

Some thoughts on dreams and p-therapy spawned by your response...

I noticed a strange quality to my dreams when starting Prozac, but it went away. I did remember, however, that I had my first ever pleasant dream on Prozac for the first time in at least a decade, ones not centered on anxiety and my own incompetence.

I'm glad you were able to work things out with psychotherapy. I had no such luck. I felt like such a different person on SSRI that I felt no need to go. I only wanted to discuss the side effects of the drug. (plus, my therapist wasn't a get-to-the-problem type, he only wanted to discuss how my day went. On Prozac, my days went pretty well, nothing to talk about, no inspiration. Did you have this problem with you p-therapy??




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