Wow, thats wonderful! Ya know, it is ALOT of bad stuff and it really stinks having to go thru this kind of stuff, but I like to think of it as a learning experience.
1.) I learned to talk to people more and be a little more social!
2.) I am closer to my friends and teachers!
3.) I have a greater appreciation for people
4.) It has greatly added more passion for my dream of becoming a surgeon!
5.) I actually quit caffeine for several months! And I felt better!
6.) AND I can finally say that I am happy, not as worried, more comfortable, a little more confident, and tons more out-going!
7.) MOST IMPORTANTLY: I am ME!
So, its not always a bad thing. We just need to
open our eyes to the good things that can come out of it! (thats easier said than done, I know!) But, your right, you will fight, and you will beat this! And I am SO happy that you are closer to your wife! Im sure she can help you alot by being there for you to lean on and to talk too! Relationships are so important! Im really happy for you.... You ARE on your way! Keep up the good work!! Take Care
Lyrica and Paxil (both working quite well might I add!)
"Cracks in the concrete are just reminders that you fall apart
no matter how strong you are"
"Sometimes it is best to forget what you feel and remember what you deserve"
"Im going to
smile like nothing is wrong, talk like everything is perfect, act like its all a dream, and pretend its not hurting me."