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Re: How do you define complete remission?

Posted by Hugh on February 1, 2024, at 10:27:55

In reply to How do you define complete remission?, posted by deniseuk190466 on January 31, 2024, at 4:59:34

I've only experienced very brief periods of complete remission. During my remissions, my anxiety disappeared. So did my anger, my massive self doubt, my feelings of being overwhelmed, my feelings of dread, my feelings of inadequacy, my self loathing. During my complete remissions, I found it astonishing that I could ever hate myself. For several months before one of my remissions, I'd been considering trying to get back together with a former girlfriend. Whenever I would think of contacting her, I would come up with several reasons why I shouldn't. During my remission, when I thought of getting back together with my former girlfriend, I would only think, "Yeah, I could do that." My remission ended before I acted on this.

During my remissions, it felt good to be alive. I still have hope that I will one day be able to achieve a long-term, and perhaps even a permanent, remission.




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