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TMS therapy...how was your experience?

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took another Hydroxyzine. Feel a bit drowsy. But anxiety was down. Remeron is so hard to quit... everybody says so.
 
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took another Hydroxyzine. Feel a bit drowsy. But anxiety was down. Remeron is so hard to quit... everybody says so.
Im glad you are feeling better. Good to know remeron is hard to quit. I will never take it. Im having such a big problem trying to quit my antidepressants.
 
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took another Hydroxyzine. Feel a bit drowsy. But anxiety was down. Remeron is so hard to quit... everybody says so.
Im glad you are feeling better. Good to know remeron is hard to quit. I will never take it. Im having such a big problem trying to quit my antidepressants.
 
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TMS 30 sessions were done. I’m not feeling happy at all but I feel a little bit more “normal” But my brain isn’t working ok as usual.
 
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TMS 30 sessions were done. I’m not feeling happy at all but I feel a little bit more “normal” But my brain isn’t working ok as usual.
I had a terrible day. My apartment almost flooded. I took so much alprazolam that im totally useless. I have been with the repair guys 7 hours trying to solve the problem. The leak is temporarily fixed but i had to cut the water in my home. I hope tomorrow it can be fixed. Im afraid of going to bed and find myself swimming in the middle of the night. Ohh i hate when this things happen. I totally lost control of myself today.
 
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Oh my gosh. I’m so sorry to hear that.
It sounds too stressful for depressed people to deal with such a thing. If something like that would happen, i’ll go crazy. I cannot handle it right now.
Where was the water leaking from?
How much alorazoram did you take? Are you all right now?
 
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Oh my gosh. I’m so sorry to hear that.
It sounds too stressful for depressed people to deal with such a thing. If something like that would happen, i’ll go crazy. I cannot handle it right now.
Where was the water leaking from?
How much alorazoram did you take? Are you all right now?
It happened in the maid's bathroom. My apartment has an area for service, although i dont have a maid anymore. I only have one person who comes once a week to clean. I called a guy to repair the leak and he made things worst. I totally lost control of myself and started screaming at him. We had to go out to buy parts and pieces for the repair. Nothing fit. We went 3 times to different stores. Still its not fixed. He will come tomorrow.
I just dont remember how much alprazolam i took, i was taking the pills like candy. Im exhausted.
 
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OMG. It sounds crazy.
Did you guys find a right part to fix it? Are you doing ok? Please eat something. I know your brain is immune to alorazoram, but i’m Worrying about you.
 
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OMG. It sounds crazy.
Did you guys find a right part to fix it? Are you doing ok? Please eat something. I know your brain is immune to alorazoram, but i’m Worrying about you.
I ate half of a cake. I also bought cigarrettes. I havent smoke in a long time, but i needed a cigatrette. For some reason i cant deal anymore with problems. They look so huge. In the afternoon i even thought about ending my life. But right now i look in retrospect and i think its really ridiculous to committ suicide because your house flooded. But when im in such a crisis i really loose rationality.
 
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I can feel you. If I were you, I would be panicked. I would lose myself, It’s a normal reaction. I’m glad you survived. Please don’t smoke much. Do you have water tonight?
 
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I can feel you. If I were you, I would be panicked. I would lose myself, It’s a normal reaction. I’m glad you survived. Please don’t smoke much. Do you have water tonight?
I cut the water in the kitchen and laundry area because thats the area where the maid's bathroom is. I have water in the rest of the apsrtment. Im going to sleep because im so drowsy. The guy will be coming tomorrow morning and i want to be rested and not loosing control of myself again.
 
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Hi there @Marianda I'm glad you're okay.
I can relate to the intense emotions you would've felt at the time of the flooding. Due to a dodgy installation of my washing machine in my old apartment, I flooded my apartment too. I couldn't turn the water off without turning it off at the mains (the tap in question was turned on so tight ai couldn't turn it off).
There were many tears of frustration and a lot of screaming from my end.
The thing is I got through it intact and learned a lot about my own levels of resilience. I am sure tomorrow you'll see things differently and recognise your own resilience too.
 
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Hi there @Marianda I'm glad you're okay.
I can relate to the intense emotions you would've felt at the time of the flooding. Due to a dodgy installation of my washing machine in my old apartment, I flooded my apartment too. I couldn't turn the water off without turning it off at the mains (the tap in question was turned on so tight ai couldn't turn it off).
There were many tears of frustration and a lot of screaming from my end.
The thing is I got through it intact and learned a lot about my own levels of resilience. I am sure tomorrow you'll see things differently and recognise your own resilience too.
Thank you for writting and telling me about your experience. I thought i was crazy when i felt that crisis seeing my place flooded. The desperation i felt by not being able to stop the water almost killed me. Now i see other people like you have also experienced such intense emotions. I feel better and more calm now knowing that other people like you also experienced such a high level of distress. I thought Ive started loosing my mind.
 
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