Originally Posted by beebsqtip
Does anyone feel like this?
Yep, I used to get that way.
I'm trying anti-depressants AGAIN. Each time the doctor would get me to try an anti-depressant I'd have bad side-effects, blame him, and not see him for years after stopping the medication.
I recently learnt that there is no way a doctor will know if:
1.) you actually have chronic clinical depression
2.) which anti-depressant will work for you (if any)
3.) you'll have side effects and how long those side effects will last
Your always a guinea-pig when it comes to treatment for depression. Sometimes you don't actually need medication, only therapy such as CBT.
This is not as bad as it sounds. You have to take responsibility for your own treatment as your the only one who is feeling your personal pain.