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Re: Saying Bye Bye to Nardil Forever bleauberry

Posted by angels78 on August 2, 2010, at 1:16:47

In reply to Re: Saying Bye Bye to Nardil Forever, posted by bleauberry on August 1, 2010, at 13:06:02

> Do you realize how many thousands of people struggle with all their being to get where you were on Nardil? You reached a place many do not. Consider yourself majorly blessed.
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> There is a price for that blessing. It doesn't come free. The weight gain can be managed. The excess can be lost. Exercise is not enough. Whatever your diet is, it needs to be yet new and improved even more than what it is now. If you are visiting any departments in the store than produce and lean meats, weight loss will be extremely frustrating.
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> I don't know. I would much rather fight the weight monster than the depression monster. At least one I can control, the other I can't. I don't care what anyone says, weight can be managed. If present efforts are not working, they are either the wrong efforts or they are not aggressive enough.
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> I say stay on Nardil and buckle down for a total menu makeover. That way, you stay real happy and the only ones who suffer are the taste buds....temporarily...until they change to prefer your new improved grocery list, which they will.
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> Worst case scenario...you gain even more weight and have a big belly forever. So what? You have a life! A happy life! Not a bad trade.
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> Or is a more depressed less sociable you with a skinny belly a better deal?
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> I wouldn't risk walking away from Nardil because many times we have seen people return to previously good meds only to find they don't work a second time around. Take all that risk because of a belly you think is too big? Not.
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> You got the depression managed. That's a major win. You may never win again if you let it go now. The weight monster is a preferable foe to battle against.
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> Ok, so you go ahead and stop nardil and want a new drug. If I had $1000 in my pocket to bet you would not find anything close to nardil, I would put it all on the table right now for a very low risk win.

Very thought out post. I was on Nardil for severe Social Phobia/agoraphobia/panic attacks, with no depression symptoms.


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