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Days when it is difficult to move? lazy? or depressed?
#31
well I worked out that you CAN dance under the influence of trams and smaller amounts of opiates.

you CANNOT dance under the influence of Xanax lol.

I decided to go through with it, mostly because the Rotuine and social atmosphere may help me get out of this funk.

good luck to everyone else going through this.
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#32
Hi yellow dog.
I remember you thinking about this.

I’m not lost, I’m exploring.
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#33
lol yea u cant do much under a lot of xanax
47           "Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?" - The Joker           47
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#34
nj42086 TRUE! but it is not until afterwards 2mg of xans you realize and watch the it back you realize you have the dancing ability of Taylor Swift, her backing dancers often dance in FRONT of her LOL!
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#35
I think it is the beginning of a simple depression
Beat it up and out of the air
It will be fine
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#36
Best of luck yellow dog. I think trams can be most helpful in many ways. I never could take them as I am already on AD and pain meds.

Work hard to keep your consumption reasonable. Seems taking more and more has a way of happening to some folks.
Music is probably the only real magic I have encountered in my life. There's not some trick involved with it. It's pure and it's real. It moves, it heals, it communicates and does all these incredible things. Tom Petty
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#37
Morning all,

I have never been able to take any kind of Anti Depressant. Of course the doctors in the past have ran the gambit with AD's like Lexapro and many others I don't even remember the names but ALL the AD med's I have taken make me feel even more depressed some to the point of feeling suicidal. I LOVE life and just want to be happy again and the last thing I need is something that makes me feel mentally worse so I don't take any AD med's at all ans will never again.

All of the problems I have with "Days when it is difficult to move? lazy? or depressed" all come from my PTSD.

Best thing I did was to educate myself online on my condition and through that I have learned how to manage my condition mostly by myself through meditation and learning about the body's Chakras. 20 yrars ago I would have laughed at this but it truly works.

Now with the assistance of just one medication a (Benzo) and some wise words from a Psychologist I have learned to control my condition the majority of the time. It's always going to be there though in my mind. I can always feel it.

I take things one week at a time, bad days I step that down to 1 hour at a time and even on even worse days one minute at a time.

Peace All

Fury
"Another Day In This Carnival Of Souls"
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#38
Fury, I so agree that the best thing one can do is educate oneself about one's condition.  

Sure the doctors will always know more (at least I hope so!) but we know ourselves best.  Combination of knowing ourselves and a basic understanding of the ins and outs of our condition is IMO the first step in how to best manage a tough situation. (Sorry that sentence is so long!)

So good for you Fury.

Sincerely,

Fire
Music is probably the only real magic I have encountered in my life. There's not some trick involved with it. It's pure and it's real. It moves, it heals, it communicates and does all these incredible things. Tom Petty
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#39
(09-29-2017, 12:59 PM)FirePlaces Wrote: Fury, I so agree that the best thing one can do is educate oneself about one's condition.  

Sure the doctors will always know more (at least I hope so!) but we know ourselves best.  Combination of knowing ourselves and a basic understanding of the ins and outs of our condition is IMO the first step in how to best manage a tough situation. (Sorry that sentence is so long!)

So good for you Fury.

Sincerely,

Fire

Thanks Fire....

The one bad thing is that after all the doctors and tests and hospital trips for seizures, I have lost respect for a lot of doctors. It took 4 Psychologists before I found one that I even felt really cared about me. My primary care doctor I went to for several years after the seizures in 2009/2010 all he wanted to do is put me on the medications I spoke of and would always "adjust the dosage". Told me to give it time my body would adjust and eventually they would work.

Got news for ya doc never did work after 2 + years.

I also had similar experiences with neurologists and it took me a long time to actually find a human (LoL) one that I could talk to and that did not seem like a robot with no feelings.

I know there are good doctors out there and I should not be as bitter (I am sure they) would choose the word ahole) with them as I am. I have just had a LOT of bad experiences with doctors while I was in the hospital and specialists afterwards. Finding a doctor I TRUST and will listen to me has never been easy.

Anyway thanks again Fire for your post. no wories on the long sentence as you can see I have problem with running em a little long myself. LoL

Peace my friend  and have an awesome weekend

Fury
"Another Day In This Carnival Of Souls"
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#40
So I'm new here, signed up earlier today and was thinking, how in the world to get 50 posts, then I see anxiety topic, Bingo!

Anxiety has been my downfall since high school, when I care way to much about what people thought, and here I am almost 30, and I can say I have left go much about what people think of me, but the best thing I do for myself and mental strength is weightlifting, and ultimately running.

I do probably try to control things in my life a little too much, such as foods or things that I eat, my finances, such as savings.

But I've come to learn, you have to roll with the punches and life, prepare for the worst, and hope for the best.

Bottom line, I think anxiety can give you a heads up, people with anxiety have huge hearts 9 times out of 10. So do something with that! Giving back, always fills my heart, and there are always good people to meet there, surround yourself with people who care and it helps a lot!
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