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Re: Social Support/Therapy while on meds

Posted by madeleine on October 5, 2001, at 12:51:27

In reply to Re: Social Support/Therapy while on meds jay, posted by Cam W. on October 4, 2001, at 4:26:06

>Someone on this board has described medication as "putting the floor under one's feet". Antidepressants can allow psychotherapy to be understood.
> - a healing Cam

How true--I resisted taking any medication for my depression/anxiety until I reached a point where I could no longer endure the emotions that emerged during my sessions--the medications, although not perfect by any means, provide a much needed baseline that I can rely on and allow me to continue doing the hard work in therapy that I need to do. For me, therapy contributes at least 70% and the medications only about 30% towards my recovery--but without that 30%, the other
70% wouldn't happen.




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