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#1 of 2 Old 06-04-2011, 07:05 PM - Thread Starter
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I don't know what is wrong with me! I have a good job and a great husband, but lately I am feeling sad anf tired all the time. I don't feel like going anywhere or doing anything other than sleep or watch TV. I am on Zoloft and Wallbutrin and I have been stable for more the 2 years. Anyone has any ideas on how to get out of this funk? I am afraid it will start to affect my job and my relationship with my husband!

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I've been feeling the same way lately, I feel so overwhelmed and moody.  I too have a wonderful husband and life, I feel like I should be happier and more content.  I also don't remember ever feeling like this before about a year ago.  I am taking SAMe and vit d which does help a lot.


I don't have any advice but I wanted you to know that you aren't the only one.  hug2.gif

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