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  1. Epictetus, I was disnosed with dysthmia around 17 years Its pretty much a lifelong thing. Yes my is stressful. I'm a behavior analyst working my board certification.
  2. I just started this combination, and out the years of stuff Ive tried, this was the best. I also take klonopin for anxiety. It is much better than my previous off afferall and Xanax
  3. I think my post was deleted. I just went back to the doctor last Friday. He's a new doctor, since I moved. He diagnosed severe depression and PTSD. Along with my previous diagnosis of dythmia and anxiety. He suggested I speak to a therapist weekly to the trauma and abuse that started in childhood and has progressed to adulthood among several other traumatic experiences. Why all of us that have just wake up one happy? Why won't my brain cooperate? I'm doing thr best I can. Just needed to vent to someone who actually understands mental illness, and not from a book. Thank you for listening.
  4. Depression is delitation. I was disnosed with dysthymia, severe depression, anxiety, PTSD, and anger issues. I started getting diagnosed in 2006. I've taken Lexapro, Adderall, xanax, Prozac, celexa, and just started with Klonopin, Zoloft, Wellbutrin, and Ambien. My depression has been severe for the past six months, I lay in bed and cry all weekend. Today on my home i just started crying. I took Klonopin. I didn't realize anxiety can cause crying as well. I have a very demanding job, and I just returned to school. I can't with this hollow everyday for no reason. As soon as I feel better, it pops up again.
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