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Re: Rebound anxiety versus original disorder

Posted by Glydin on September 1, 2004, at 12:12:40

In reply to Re: Rebound anxiety versus original disorder, posted by Buckeye Fan on September 1, 2004, at 10:39:52

Thank you both for your input.

I needed some reassurence that my rationale seemed correct to others.

Klonopin is great for me and I have avoided pitfalls and I'm a veteran user. Most of the time, I am prefectly fine with the idea that there is a lifelong illness present and a lifelong treatment facing. However, there is a little grain of me which still has trouble making peace with the illness being present and what I have to take that works to make me "normal". I'm lucky in so many ways in finding effective treatment. Lucky -- I feel. Satisfied and accepting --- that needs some work.

I really don't think I'm masking a problem. I think I'm righting a malfunction of my fight or flight system which just likes to go haywire.

Even armed with all the knowledge about myself, my disorder, my med --- I have times that wishing it would go "poof" isn't something that seems to want to go away.




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