Tag: antidepressants

One Mask Slips

And is replaced by another. This is how a multipotentialite lives. Or perhaps just a creative mind; slipping from one life to the next. There are too many people inside of me, and each is their own unique copy of myself. My styles change, clothing, personality, tastes in music. I can’t control the shift. I

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When Are You Finished With Therapy?

In January 2018, I had just been dumped (seven days after New Years), I was working a job I hated, I was still living at home, and I was so depressed that the only options I saw for my future were to start therapy or suffer a nervous breakdown. I could feel the breakdown looming

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Antidepressants Killed My Creativity

I used to be very depressed, and very anxious. There was a voice in my head constantly berating me and degrading me, telling me I wasn’t enough and I shouldn’t even try. I projected that negativity onto everyone around me, but mostly I projected it onto myself. But that voice did something else too; it

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Withdrawal Symptoms After Antidepressants

An article published by Benedict Carey and Robert Gebeloff discusses an issue many people never really consider when they begin taking antidepressants; the risk of quitting. I would like to offer my thoughts about this article, as I myself am on antidepressant medication. I began taking Zoloft in February or March of 2018, a step

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