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Re: Is Medication the only way to stop rumination?? pinkeye

Posted by Jazzed on June 6, 2005, at 8:58:10

In reply to Is Medication the only way to stop rumination??, posted by pinkeye on June 5, 2005, at 18:27:34

> My therapist says that I need to be on antidepressants life long perhaps to stop this rumination. Anyone has better idea? I don't really want to be on lifelong ADs. I did take a course of AD once and while that helped during that time, once I stopped, my basic pattern of thinking has taken over again.

Ah, I forgot, in my last post I was thinking how much ADs would help you with this. When I took them it really helped me not think about my losses and the thing I wanted but couldn't have. I don't want to say I didn't care, but that's as close as I can come to the feeling I got. ADs aren't a bad thing if they can help us move on. Who knows how long you'll need them, who can say? BUT, if they help now, I guess we don't have to worry about how long we'll need them. I hope you'll consider them pinkeye, at least give them a try?





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