Celebrating 100 Followers
It’s been a while since I’ve celebrated just about anything recently. I have been so deep in depression that I’ve zoned almost everything good out of my life. Luckily I’ve found the start of a medication combo that works for me. I’ve made unbelievable progress in a short amount of time thanks to Cymbalta. I can honestly say that medication is not for everyone, and Cymbalta certainly has its fair share of side effects to fight through. Though, the astounding leaps and bounds that I have made clearly speak for themselves. I starting to write again, which I love, as I’m sure all you do as well. I’m working on my hygiene, which I’ve talked about as being one of my greatest weak points with depression and anxiety. I’m actually able to take care of myself, little by little, but slowly but surely. It’s crazy to me that just several months ago, I had to tell my doctor that my meds were no longer working, it seems more than likely that I have a very medication resistant depression, as I’ve been through many different combinations that worked for a little then stopped. However, perseverance is the utmost key when it comes to things like this. I’ve more than proved that to myself. In all things, you will succeed eventually, so long as you never give up. I had to wade through a massive amount of different meds, until I found ones that worked, only to find out after a couple weeks that they weren’t enough. I’m really hoping that Cymbalta is different. I’m sleeping better, eating better and just overall feeling better, which is amazing to me.
So, it has come to my attention that after 11 months of blogging, I’ve finally hit 100 followers, and while I was a little disappointed that it took so long, I am overjoyed that so many people like my work that much. So I wanted to thank you all from the bottom of my heart, because I wouldn’t be where I am if it weren’t for all of you. When I look at my blog, and the number of people that it may have helped, I feel overjoyed! I am so happy that I can’t really contain myself most of the time. I want to keep writing, because I so enjoy it so much, and I get to help others struggle through where I have been. It is a duty that all of us must face when we have made progress. We must look back at all of those who still, for one reason or another, are still in the trenches in their war against mental illness, and help them anyway we can. I truly hope that is what I’m doing here, but anyways, thank you all so much for your unending support, it means the world to me. Here’s to another 100 soon to come!!