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Re: Need For Meds sid

Posted by IsoM on February 13, 2002, at 13:06:39

In reply to Re: Dry Mouth and Constipation IsoM, posted by sid on February 12, 2002, at 19:21:06

> > "...Try telling him that as long as he cannot justify his decision to you and especially to himself, depression is winning. If depression did not affect his thinking and moods, he'd think meds are a good idea."

That's a wonderful idea! Thanks - I will try it with slight modification to fit his reasoning.

I had a long visit with him yesterday. When I pointed out to him how much better he'd initially felt on Celexa, he couldn't even remember. I know from my experience & my other son's, that depression sure screws up your memory in a major way! Our vist which started off terrible (he didn't want to see ANYONE) ended up close & sweet. I love him with all my heart. He's the sort of person people automatically love. He exudes some sort of charisma, warmth, & empathy for others that draws people to him. I wish with all my heart, he was feeling better.

I know his father (my ex-) screwed up his mind so much. My son feels duty-bound to visit him & help him out financially but has no love or respect for him (he's come out bluntly & told me). I feel like he's a leech, draining my son but it's my son's decision & I won't involve myself as I hardly think I'm objective about it all.


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