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Re: When did you decide you were happy?

Posted by ChrisK on September 27, 2001, at 10:56:15

In reply to When did you decide you were happy?, posted by Heather66 on September 26, 2001, at 18:51:25

I never looked to be happy, I just wanted my main symptoms to be relieved. The realization that I was being helped usually came out of the blue. I just realized one day that I wasn't having suicidal thoughts every day and the Zyprexa was working. On another day I realized that I was actually enjoying an outing with friends and that my anhedonia was starting to come under control thanks to Mirapex.

I don't think I've ever just sat back and thought "Wow, I'm really happy now." I was satisfied with the progress I had made in regaining some of my emotions.

Don't push too hard looking for sometrhing that may not come. Be satisfied with minor gains toward a "normal" life.


> I'm asking anybody who wants to answer. How long did it take before you felt like you were happy again? And/or have you ever really been happy? What helped?




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