Being alone really doesn’t give me a true gauge of my feelings. Being alone makes me feel sad. Being alone doesn’t allow me to talk to anyone.
I’m on day two of the pristiq I am still depressed as far as I can tell. I don’t expect anything to happen yet. I don’t think it is making things worse.
My psychiatrist says I am very sensitive to medications so usually if something bad is going to happen then it will happen rather quickly. The good also usually happens sooner rather then later as well. This is both a pain and a good thing I suppose.
Tonight I am alone longer then usual as hubby had to go to a work dinner. It seems we are spending less and less time together these days. It makes me sad and it makes me worry. He isn’t treating me any differently but I can’t help that my mind always looks for the worse in everything. I’m very black and white..
hopefully it is just the depression and it will pass. Fingers crossed for the pristiq.
I just came out of one really nasty depression. I wonder which is worse, to be in the house in solitude or be at home with my wife who cannot show me any empathy. I found the lack of emotional communication to be worse. To me it’s a lot more lonely to be in a crowd of people than being by myself.
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I hope the pristiq works for you!
I, too, am sensitive to medication changes and changes to my routine. Best of luck.