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I have been on zoloft now for a few months and I must say that my depression, anxiety and DR have REALLY dropped, but there are on occassion some moments that can be pretty bad but not near as bad as they were 7 months ago. Today I was on the train station heading back home from my friends' house. As I was waiting for the train, A small mixed wave of depression, DR, feeling of meaninglessness and anxiety hit me. I had no control over it. It just comes like a wave. Not near as bad as it was during the Fall season. But I tried to talk to myself and think about all the advice on this site that was mentioned but for me, (I'm not sure how you guys feel) the DR/depression wave seemed to plow over any kind of positive reassuring thoughts that I had. No matter how much great advice and reassurement I get about these mental conditions, I am always scared of it when it happens as if I never got used to it.

When you are in the comfort of your own home reading this great advice,
you get this great reasurring, hopeful feeling. But when it is time to put this knowledge into actual use, it can be VERY difficult, as I stated above.
For me, these types of thoughts and feelings frequently occur when I travel. And when I am by myself in NYC, or anywhere, all this great advice can be ineffective when it comes time to face the beast. How do the rest of you feel about this?

-Andy
 

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Yes, sometimes I can find it hard, but you just have to breathe and keep reassuring yourself. Remind yourself who is in control of your mind. It's all mind control.
 
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