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Re: Wrong therapy for depression? tabitha

Posted by terrics on May 23, 2004, at 14:09:01

In reply to Wrong therapy for depression?, posted by tabitha on May 22, 2004, at 12:35:47

Hi Tabitha, Seems to me you have thought this out quite well...very thoroughly. The hardest part is deciding the action. Also, there is no doubt that you are really trying cause you're increasing your exercise and you realize that the negative rumination is not good for you. I think distraction is a good way to block neg. rumination. [I cannot do it]. Can you print out your post and bring it to your T.or might that start more problems? I think you are on the right track. Also, don't completely rule out a med. increase or change even for a little while. It may help you cope better with the therapy problems. [I had a little increase in wellbutrin temporarily and it did take the edge off the neg. thinking.] Very good luck. terrics




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