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Re: No one is immune-fuchsia cecilia

Posted by fuchsia on July 8, 2006, at 8:36:07

In reply to Re: No one is immune-fuchsia, posted by cecilia on July 8, 2006, at 6:08:02

> Maybe travel helps some people. I used to force myself to do it, but I haven't been able to make myself take so much as an overnight trip since 1993. (Except for 2 weeks in Vancouver getting rTMS). It seems pointless, you take yourself and your pain with you wherever you go. When I did travel I used to constantly think "I wanna go home." The only thing about travel was that there would be a day or two when I finally got home when my depression was actually less at the sheer relief of being home. Sort of like getting off a med with horrible side effects-for a little while you're so grateful not to have the side effects that you feel better. Cecilia

I trust the rTMS wasn't very helpful? I had it also and it didn't do much for me.

My depression is cyclical and I crash in and out of it; at home I am mainly depressed. The trouble is to pack; before I took Lamictal I sometimes couldn't do it and required a lot of assistance(for the last few years anyway). I also wouldn't travel on my own because I wouldn't want to end up stuck in a strange and stinky hotel room in the middle of nowhere.

I do get a good response although sometimes I am a bit driven and or irritable. I think I would get
depressed again if I stayed too long in the one place.

It is cold, dark and miserable where I am in the southern hemisphere right now and it feels like being stuck in a dark hole in the ground. I long for the sunlight.




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