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Re: Medication and Difficult Childhoods

Posted by Alexanderfromdenmark on May 8, 2009, at 8:28:34

In reply to Medication and Difficult Childhoods, posted by chumbawumba on May 7, 2009, at 23:28:11

> I've been on antidepressant medication my entire adult life. I also fall in the category of someone who had a difficult/painful childhood.
> Just wondering of those members here who take medication has anyone NOT had a difficult childhood.
> And by difficult I don't mean you didn't get what you wanted for Christmas one year. I'm talking about neglect and abuse.

Well In my case, I would say that it would be unfair to say, I had a difficult childhood. But I mainly suffered a lot of guilt and worry when my mother went down with a nervous breakdown. My parents are kind people though and happy to have them.




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