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17 minutes ago, Amy1984 said:

Oh where do u work? Thinking about the paycheck is the only motivation i have at times of bordom. 

I work at a hospital in the critical care unit

It is so amazing to be working beside the doctors and nurses right

where the action is

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Unhappy, annoyed, seedy, lonely, social reject.. I think happiness is a genetic code. In this life as some people really cursed. No matter what they do, they can never be happy, at every moment they have a dissatisfaction and always tend to see the empty side of the glass. I'm so jealous of people who can be happy to look at a flying butterfly.

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Im taking Seroquel and Prozac. The Seroquel is a miracle drug and Prozac is ok. I just keep tell them to give me something that works instantly or faster. Once i feel my depression setting in there's no stopping it. PERIOD

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I woke up today after the first good-night's sleep since... I can't remember. For the first time in a long time I didn't start my day wondering how I was going to get through the next 12 hours until I could sleep again. It felt great for a whole few minutes. Then I remembered what most of my other days feel like. I felt like "holy crap - this is what normal feels like?!?" Any doubt I may have been harboring about whether or not I still struggle with depression was instantly erased - the contrast was just so harsh. 

I've tried to make the most of my day, enjoying the ability to pay attention to the world outside my head for once. I came across a stunning apron of red leaves beneath a maple and it brought tears to my eyes. I think the fact that I know tomorrow those same leaves will most likely leave little impact made the experience bittersweet and striking.
 

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7 minutes ago, MelancholyDave said:

I woke up today after the first good-night's sleep since... I can't remember. For the first time in a long time I didn't start my day wondering how I was going to get through the next 12 hours until I could sleep again. It felt great for a whole few minutes. Then I remembered what most of my other days feel like. I felt like "holy crap - this is what normal feels like?!?" Any doubt I may have been harboring about whether or not I still struggle with depression was instantly erased - the contrast was just so harsh. 

I've tried to make the most of my day, enjoying the ability to pay attention to the world outside my head for once. I came across a stunning apron of red leaves beneath a maple and it brought tears to my eyes. I think the fact that I know tomorrow those same leaves will most likely leave little impact made the experience bittersweet and striking.
 

I'm so glad that you had a day of peace and comfort hopefully you will have

many days like that to come in the near future.  I wish you nothing but the best my

friend

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