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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

I'm so sorry. That's one of the saddest stories I have ever heard. What you're saying is totally true. The poor person on the drugs can't stop taking them and they don't see that there is anything wrong with their behavior. When I was taking Lexapro, I was acting like a teenager and lying to my husband about drinking and thinking everything was funny. My husband and my mother both told me they thought I was going insane and would never be the same again. My husband said he thought he was going to have to leave. And there was nothing you could tell me to make me stop acting this way and I tried and tried to stop taking it but never could. It is very addictive, they say it's not but it is. After I stopped taking it, I became very depressed for several months but that finally went away in about 2 months. The only reason I never started taking it again was because I was more terrified of what would happen if I did than how bad I felt. The thought of taking it again scares me more than anything in the world, even dying.

September 24, 2009 - 6:09pm


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