Thanks for the feedback. Usually I get a ton of anti antidepressant responses when I ask questions about them. It's refreshing to hear some people respond with a positive view of them. To those of you who found them so effective, what were or are you on, or which do you think help the most. I know it's highly subjective which will work, but there must be some universals.
I'm going to see a doctor next friday. I've been on celexa, prozac, and effexor, all of which were effective, but each time I was on I fell victim to the I'm all better, I've always been better, why am I on this stuff, trap. I'm always wondering what if there is something I'm missing out on by being on this stuff, and then I go off and realize that I am not well.
I'm thinking about going back on effexor this time, but I tried going back on celexa once, after I had been off it for a while, and it didn't seem to help as much as it did the first time. It's pretty hard to know exactly how you feel in a "big picture" sense. I always know how I'm feeling in the present, but sometimes I feel like my memories of how I've felt are misleading, so I can't compare.