Posted by wharfrat on November 13, 2002, at 9:57:00
In reply to cinematic reference?, posted by mills on November 13, 2002, at 9:53:23
That would be Young Frankenstein
Kat, that one flew right over my head; what cinematic reference was that? I guess I didn't see that film
> > > > I wasen't thinking so much about being normal (I am clueless about that) my concern was the feeling really good days and the blah days---does the blah days mean it's not working?? I also worry that some day it won't work---I keep reading that they all *quit* some day. Listen. I know it's rediculous to worry about what *may* happen in the future, but I'm not on Lexapro and Wellbutrin for no reason. haha I do notice I don't worry as much. Thanks for all the input---I look forward everyday to see what everyone has to say.
> > >
> > > Bridgette,
> > > Surely normal people have bad days too. So, I don't think us abbynormals on meds should worry about having bad days. I'm just happy to have good days, because before being on lexapro, I NEVER had good days. I don't think a bad day is an indication of the med not working, unless your missing doses. I've not missed a dose yet mainly because I don't want to take a chance of definetly not feeling well.
> > > Good luck,
> > > Wharf
> > >
> > Holy Cow, Wharf, you crack me up! "Abbynormals", excellent cinematic reference! And aye it is true about the good days. There are many a "normal" who have bad days.
> > Thanks for the humor, I know I am not just speaking for meself here!
> > *Cheers,
> > -Kat