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Re: Babble's mood pseudoname

Posted by Glydin on November 15, 2005, at 9:45:58

In reply to Babble's mood Phillipa Glydin, posted by pseudoname on November 15, 2005, at 9:17:56

> Please share! The reason that's usually given is that people who are doing well on meds feel no pressure to post. More people with PROBLEMS are drawn to support/info boards. That makes sense to me. After all, no one at the HP forum posts "My printer never jams. Any advice?"

~~~ I think when folks are doing well they may not feel the need to post. To be honest, sometimes the negativity of a board can get to you. I have posted about doing well on a med and a good 75% of the postings I would receive back would be about the ruination this caused for others or the dangers, or I just wasn't sick enough to begin with, or it's not going to last..... stuff that wasn't fun to read. It's almost as if SOMETIMES postive stuff is given the: "Yea, BUT..." treatment. I understand that, but it's not something you particularly want to hear if things are going well. That being said, some folks are really gracious and kind even in light of circumstances not going that well for them. Like all postings, you never know what you'll get.

> (And I hereby promise, if I find a med that works, I will still Babble.)

~~~ I have tried to do that. I think it's important - even if you encounter naysayers, it's the princple of a successful outcome despite the specifics.

> Plus, there's this exciting off-label med I read about....;-)

~~~ I wish you much luck. Hope and optimism can turn into something really good.




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