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Re: YES! Some THERAPY can be negative

Posted by terrics on August 31, 2005, at 20:54:00

In reply to Re: Some THERAPY can be negative, posted by DoYouKnowHim? on August 29, 2005, at 11:25:53

Hi, I agree 100%. Initially I was diagnosed
with a borderline personality but since then my psychiatrist saw a manic episode. I had been seeing her for a yr. and I had always been depressed. She now says I am bipolar and is treating me for it. I take one mood stabilizer and one anti-depressant. Pdoc says anti-depressants only take the edge off the depression in bipolars so I am still somewhat depressed. However, I go to dbt therapy and always feel awful afterwards. Perhaps therapy is not the best thing for some of us. terrics (helen)




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