I’m on Prozac now. It was helping. I remember the 3rd/4th day of me taking it, I felt really good. Very euphoric. I watched trippy videos. I laughed to myself. I felt careless. I didn’t frown one bit. I felt reallllly good. Very happy. Intense.
After two months, I’ve been experiencing mood swings. Like I’ll be stable for a few days, then I’ll be sad for like 3 or 4 days. Then I’ll be really excited, like a child’s excitement the night before her trip to DisneyWorld. It’s taking a toll on my relationship with friends and my boyfriend.
My anxiety returned. I’ve tried meditating for a few minutes. I’ve tried deep breathing.
Sometimes I’m in the mood for things, other times I’m not. I guess you can call it “loss of interest”. I’m not stable anymore. I think the Prozac has lost it’s effect.
I started college last month. It’s been going great. I’ve been stressed out here and there, but oh well.
THIS IS A REALLY, REALLY IMPORTANT POST ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESS. PLEASE READ. IF YOU DON’T WANT TO READ, THEN AT LEAST RE-POST SO THAT SOMEBODY ELSE CAN READ IT.
Depression is NOT: feeling sad, or being upset because your mom wouldn’t buy you that thing you really, really wanted.
Re-posted for Mental Health Awareness Week.
20. Your ID says so. Check your ID, if it says you were born before 1994 — YOU’RE IN YOUR 20s
19. It’s on your ID. Check your ID twice. This is the most sure way to find out if you’re in your twenties. Again, if it says you were born before ‘94. Congrats, you’re older than 20.
- mental illness doesnt go away just because you fall in love
- if someone is ill and you want to be in a relationship with them dont expect to cure them
- their disease is not going to disappear so that you can have your happy ending