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Saturday, August 26, 2006


I hate that this blog's remained comatose for so long. Monday is fast approaching though, so PG should be receiving regular attention soon.

I'm almost excited for my appointment. I was nervous when I called for it, but I think I'm finally ready to take that first step. I'm only apprehensive towards starting a new medication so close to my start date work. I begin on Wedenesday, and assuming that I'll be given a prescription on Monday, that leaves me a day and a half to get a feel for any side effects I may have. I do a lot of driving, so I've got my fingers crossed that fatigue and nausea aren't prevalent.

One thing I've done to hinder any negatives effects is quit smoking. I didn't smoke the entire time I was on Paxil, and I plan on doing the same with whatever antidepressent I'm given this time. I know that, in general, it's detrimental to my heath, but I also know that the health risks are double-fold when you add pills to the mix. I smoked my last cigarette the day I started this blog, and I haven't lit up since. I've become a bit of a monster, but my friends have been understanding of my behavior. Friends are amazing to have.

I'll end this now because I'm mid-process in a wall-to-wall cleaning of my room. Where did all of this stuff come from?!

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