That seems like an odd prognosis to make to me. Granted, I'm not a psychiatric professional at all, but I have been involved with the field of psychology as a patient basically my whole life, and I have picked up on a lot. To me, that seems to go against everything I've ever known. That is, medication is usually something that has to be monitored frequently and often adjusted.
Anyway, I envy you. Finding the right one is really difficult, and I really think that for a lot of people who are depressed that there really isn't an anti-depressant that *can* help them. I know I've basically been prescribed all of them since I was in my early teens. I've had a wide range of experiences from nasty side effects, to no effect at all to really exacerbating the depression. So I don't think there really is one for me. I've found that daily exercise has basically fixed a lot of my emotional problems, surprisingly enough.
That's the end of my incoherent rant I guess. Congrats on finding what works for you, seriously. So many people struggle their whole lives to get to that point.
They don't think it be like it is, but it do.
Originally Posted by Larry Schuler
He has also taught me that even when the Reds win it is important to focus on the fact that they could have lost.