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Re: Experiencing misery as a virtue?

Posted by magic potion on May 17, 2003, at 9:21:45

In reply to Re: Experiencing misery as a virtue? magic potion, posted by jane d on May 16, 2003, at 22:52:31

> Magic,
> I remember feeling this way too. But when the meds started working I didn't suddenly feel like my life was wonderful now. If anything I was even more aware of how bad it was. What changed was that I could suddenly see ways to make it better. Ways that I would have sworn did not exist a few weeks before. Other people say that they have gotten the same benefit from the right therapist. I have no idea how you know whether you've got the right therapist but I bet other posters here will.
> Jane

Everyone keeps promising me that medicine won't make me feel okay. I find that odd.

I think basically the psychologist wants me on medicine because it will make his job easier. Nobody wants to fail.

Thanks for posting, Jane. At this point, I know I can't get any benefit from any of it: counseling or drugs. I just have to float through life until I die.




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