Hello Ash . . . Welcome to the forum.
You picked a good time to try going w/o your anti-d . . . the long hours of sunlight give you the best chance of being successful. But, if you brain is lacking seratonin, the having things going well in your life will not change things enough to get you off the meds. Most of us suffering from depression are spilling our seratonin or other brain chemicals faster than our bodies can replace it. The lexapro helps your body hold on to that seratonin instead of spilling it. Make sure you are working with the doctor's blessing when you try going off a med.
Keep us posted . . .
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