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Cocopuffz17
10 hours ago, Erell said:

Feeling good and healthy is too important  ;)

 

Thanks for your support.

That statement is sooooo true. There is one quote I read in the lifestyle I follow. “Being healthy never tasted so good!!”

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Cocopuffz17

Feeling really good the last few days. Slight tinnitus/headache and they go away. Fatigue is definitely there but very manageable, I also drink alot of black coffee to combat this. Everyday that passes is another day closer to healing !! :)

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Erell
12 hours ago, Cocopuffz17 said:

Feeling really good the last few days. 

Such a delightful news, I Feel truly happy for you 🤗🤗🤗🤗

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Cocopuffz17
28 minutes ago, Erell said:

Such a delightful news, I Feel truly happy for you 🤗🤗🤗🤗

Thanks! I appreciate it. Mindset is key in healing. From reading people’s success stories and knowing I will heal has powered me through the wave times! 

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rola
On 02/07/2019 at 21:39, Cocopuffz17 said:

Bonjour, je suis nouveau ici. J'apprécie vraiment que tout le monde publie ses histoires, ses luttes ou ses succès. Cela m'aide à comprendre mieux ce que j'ai vécu. J'ai pris de la paroxétine (20 mg) pendentif 11 ans pour anxiété sociale. Mon psychiatre m'a dit que ce serait "une vitamine que je prendrais pour le reste de ma vie". Je ne savais pas que cela me priverait de toutes mes émotions dans la vie. Au cours des 11 dernières années, j'ai une quantité de problèmes de santé "on ne dit pas pourquoi cela se produit". Je regarde maintenant en arrière et il y a beaucoup de médicaments. Mon état de santé s'est amélioré, mais certains symptômes ont été rapportés.En lisant les exemples de réussite, je sais que ceux-ci s'améliorent avec le temps. Je maintiens donc ma nutrition et mon attitude positive. Merci!

 

salut

 

Hi I hope you are fine how long do you wean and how did you do have a good day😉

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Cocopuffz17
9 minutes ago, rola said:

 

salut

 

Hi I hope you are fine how long do you wean and how did you do have a good day😉

 

Hello!

I did a 3 month guided taper by my psychiatrist(25% drop per month) I now know it was WAY too fast. The WD's were extremely tough. I would say I was in a 1/10 happiness in my life. I would say now after being 8 months off paroxetine completely I am at 7/10. Everyday things get better. I do struggle with withdrawals when I do not follow my nutrition plan. 

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rola
7 minutes ago, Cocopuffz17 said:

 

salut!

J'ai fait une cure de dépuration guidée par mon psychiatre pendant 3 mois (25% de baisse par mois). Je sais maintenant que c'était beaucoup trop vite. Les WD étaient extrêmement difficiles. Je dirais que j'étais dans un bonheur 1/10 dans ma vie. Je dirais que maintenant, après 8 mois de paroxétine, je suis complètement à 7/10. Les choses de tous les jours s'améliorent. J'ai des difficultés avec les retraits lorsque je ne respecte pas mon plan de nutrition. 

 

Hi the bottom line is that you are rid of this medicine I still have 1.58 mg and it is very hard but by reading you I know that we can get there in any case thank you for your testimony it comforts us and we see a way out I hope the translator is working properly I wish you good recovery see you soon to re-read you

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Cocopuffz17

Yes, its great that I am off. But after reading so many success stories. Going slow and minimizing the symptoms throughout the process and it also results in less symptoms once you go post zero is the way to go. 

 

Yes! You can and will get there. Keep at it. Its challenging but so worth it!! Yes, the translator is working well! What a great time we live in with being able to communicate around the world through different languages and help each other!

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rola
2 minutes ago, Cocopuffz17 said:

Oui, c'est génial que je sois parti. Mais après avoir lu tant de réussites. Ralentir et minimiser les symptômes tout au long du processus, ce qui entraîne également moins de symptômes une fois que vous allez après zéro est la voie à suivre. 

 

Oui! Vous pouvez et allez y arriver. Persévère. C'est difficile mais ça vaut vraiment le coup !! Oui, le traducteur fonctionne bien! Quel bon moment nous vivons avec la possibilité de communiquer à travers le monde à travers différentes langues et de s’entraider!

 

Hi

yes it's really good to be able to communicate and reassure each other

I was registered on another french forum and we could not interact with other members except in mp

you live in canada I went when I was 18 years old at three river I loved 😊

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Cocopuffz17
46 minutes ago, rola said:

 

Hi

yes it's really good to be able to communicate and reassure each other

I was registered on another french forum and we could not interact with other members except in mp

you live in canada I went when I was 18 years old at three river I loved 😊

Yes, it absolutely is. Because without a doubt I would be back on the medication if I never seeked help/advice outside of the healthcare system. I just constantly got told it was a relapse of symptoms and that reassured me that I needed it for life... aka chemical imbalance. Which can be controlled with nutrition as your gut produces a majority 80% of your body’s serotonin. 
 

oooo that’s in Quebec I haven’t visited there. I will get there one day! 

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rola

oooo c'est au Québec que je n'ai pas visité là-bas. Je vais y arriver un jour! 

 

Of course you'll get there😉

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Cocopuffz17

Last night insomnia crept back in. Didn't fall asleep till after midnight and woke up once at about 4 with a slight anxiety. 

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mustafa
1 hour ago, Cocopuffz17 said:

Yes, it absolutely is. Because without a doubt I would be back on the medication if I never seeked help/advice outside of the healthcare system. I just constantly got told it was a relapse of symptoms and that reassured me that I needed it for life... aka chemical imbalance. Which can be controlled with nutrition as your gut produces a majority 80% of your body’s serotonin. 
 

oooo that’s in Quebec I haven’t visited there. I will get there one day! 

That happened for me 2 times before

 I was stuck between the symptomts on drug and off drug; it was like iam obliged to have these poisons to only stop the withdrawals, but I had to forget the person before having these drugs.

To know the reality of antidepressants is really a very good blessing. Iam Arabian and no any arabian know that truth about antidepressants, imagine!!

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Cocopuffz17
8 minutes ago, mustafa said:

That happened for me 2 times before

 I was stuck between the symptomts on drug and off drug; it was like iam obliged to have these poisons to only stop the withdrawals, but I had to forget the person before having these drugs.

To know the reality of antidepressants is really a very good blessing. Iam Arabian and no any arabian know that truth about antidepressants, imagine!!

 

I know exactly what you mean. It's terrible, but there is progress and the information is getting out there! 

 

Yes, it is great to know the realities of it now and how to combat it. It's just sad that we are lied to and told its all made up. 

 

I explained these symptoms to my psychiatrist at the first appointment after being completely off the drug and he said that no these drugs don't cause these issues(denying fault and not helping his patient with his health). I went back for a 6 month post zero appointment, but this time there was a student in the room. She had great questions and this time he like yes, these drugs are known to cause issues. SO FRUSTRATING! Keep at it. I have kept detailed records of my health and once my autoimmune disease is fully reversed I will be making a video with my view on the situation. 

 

Remember...... Everyday that passes is one day closer to being healed!!

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rola
3 minutes ago, Cocopuffz17 said:

 

Je vois exactement ce que tu veux dire. C'est terrible, mais il y a du progrès et l'information circule! 

 

Oui, il est bon de connaître la réalité de la situation et de savoir comment la combattre. C'est juste triste qu'on nous mente et qu'on nous dise que tout est inventé. 

 

J'ai expliqué ces symptômes à mon psychiatre dès le premier rendez-vous après avoir complètement cessé de prendre de la drogue et il m'a répondu que non, ces drogues ne causaient pas ces problèmes (nier la faute et ne pas aider son patient avec sa santé). Je suis rentré pour un rendez-vous après zéro mois, mais cette fois-ci, il y avait un étudiant dans la pièce. Elle avait de bonnes questions et cette fois, il aime bien, ces drogues sont connues pour causer des problèmes. TELLEMENT FRUSTRANT! Persévère. J'ai gardé des dossiers détaillés sur mon état de santé et une fois que ma maladie auto-immune sera complètement inversée, je ferai une vidéo avec mon point de vue sur la situation. 

 

Rappelez-vous ...... Chaque jour qui passe est un jour plus proche de la guérison !!

 

16 minutes ago, mustafa said:

C'est arrivé pour moi 2 fois avant

 J'étais coincé entre les symptômes de la drogue et de la drogue; c'était comme si j'étais obligé d'avoir ces poisons pour ne cesser que les retraits, mais je devais oublier la personne avant d'avoir ces médicaments.

Connaître la réalité des antidépresseurs est vraiment une très bonne bénédiction. Iam Arabian et aucun autre arabe ne savent que la vérité sur les antidépresseurs, imaginez !!

 

the doctors tell us nothing I will not see them anymore because if I go back he would tell me but no it is not weaning it is the return of your illness if we can call it an illness never again and it is true we could testify and when I see people around me wanting to take these drugs I'm telling them not to it's a poison

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Cocopuffz17

Today is a milestone for me. 8 months since I reduced my dose to 0!!! From the first month to now I would say I feel 75% better. There were so many challenging moments during this journey and reading people’s success and this sites support got me through. Thank you!!! 
 

I know there is still more healing to do. So let’s get to it! Everyday that passes is another day closer to being healed! 

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Cocopuffz17

Good two day window! I'm liking this, almost no symptoms. Lets keep this going!

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Erell

Yesssss !!! 😘

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mustafa
On 10/14/2019 at 11:42 AM, Cocopuffz17 said:

Today is a milestone for me. 8 months since I reduced my dose to 0!!! From the first month to now I would say I feel 75% better. There were so many challenging moments during this journey and reading people’s success and this sites support got me through. Thank you!!! 
 

I know there is still more healing to do. So let’s get to it! Everyday that passes is another day closer to being healed! 

very happy to read this, dear.

have a new life style, you gained a lot of experience, you are more wise;  these are the gains from hard times we face. i hope a shiny life for you.

have a very very nice life.

 

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rola
9 hours ago, Cocopuffz17 said:

Bonne fenêtre de deux jours! J'aime ça, presque pas de symptômes. Permet de continuer cela!

Congratulations
you give us hope

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Longestroadhome

It is good to hear that you are feeling better. Our drug histories are similar, I also started in 2008 and then jumped off at 2mg late 2018. It’s been mostly good with the odd days not so good. I pray healing continues for you 🙏❤️

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Cocopuffz17
On 10/17/2019 at 4:46 AM, mustafa said:

very happy to read this, dear.

have a new life style, you gained a lot of experience, you are more wise;  these are the gains from hard times we face. i hope a shiny life for you.

have a very very nice life.

 

Ty! Appreciate it so much! I am not fully healed, but well on my way! 

 

On 10/17/2019 at 7:27 AM, rola said:

Congratulations
you give us hope

Ty! Keep pushing through! Everyday that passes is one more day closer to being healed. 

 

1 hour ago, Longestroadhome said:

It is good to hear that you are feeling better. Our drug histories are similar, I also started in 2008 and then jumped off at 2mg late 2018. It’s been mostly good with the odd days not so good. I pray healing continues for you 🙏❤️

Thanks! I hope the best in your future as well! 

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Cocopuffz17

Well it has been a great week. Only downfall is slight insomnia and I don’t want to take melatonin.

 

I hit a PB in leg press at 590 lbs! My energy is still fluttering but way better than it used to be! 

 

Everyday that passes is one more day closer to being healed!!! Wishing everyone the best! 

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Erell

So great 😙

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ShiningLight

Hey wow Coco, so glad to see you're feeling better too!!! There's a miraculous quality to it, kind of a shock in a good way after feeling bad for so long. And you are coming up on your year so you can post your success story!!!

 

I can't begin to imagine leg pressing 20 lbs let alone 590! Good for you!!!

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Cocopuffz17
25 minutes ago, ShiningLight said:

Hey wow Coco, so glad to see you're feeling better too!!! There's a miraculous quality to it, kind of a shock in a good way after feeling bad for so long. And you are coming up on your year so you can post your success story!!!

 

I can't begin to imagine leg pressing 20 lbs let alone 590! Good for you!!!

Thanks! It’s absolutely great that time can change and how the body is so powerful at healing itself. Yes, I am getting close to my year and my autoimmune disease is getting close to being fully reversed as well! 
 

Thanks!!! It felt really good! 

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Erell

Whouah! Wonderful news about your disease! Keep going ❤

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Erell

Thank you for your support on my thread ! 😍

You wrote that you felt the exact same way : you also felt strong despair or anxiety ?

 

I'm so glad that you don't experienced it anymore. Enjoy your day sweetie. 

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Cocopuffz17
1 minute ago, Erell said:

Thank you for your support on my thread ! 😍

You wrote that you felt the exact same way : you also felt strong despair or anxiety ?

 

I'm so glad that you don't experienced it anymore. Enjoy your day sweetie. 


Yea, I get tiny bouts of it here and there. But nothing like what it was. What got me through was success stories knowing there would be healing after going through it. 

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Erell

Thank you for your reply. I'm so amazed that you were able To work !

Take good care of yourself 😙

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Cocopuffz17
7 hours ago, Erell said:

Thank you for your reply. I'm so amazed that you were able To work !

Take good care of yourself 😙

You are welcome! Yea, that was the hardest part. Fatigue constantly whooped my butt. 
 

I will! You as well! 

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Cocopuffz17

Had a two hour spike of symptoms today(noon-2). Got hammered with fatigue and anxiety. I talked myself down and told myself it will pass. The rest of the day was great. Just finished going to the gym! 

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Erell

Congratulations on the gym ! 🤗

Nice To read that your Spike only lasted 2hours,  you're on the good path 😘

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Cocopuffz17
On 10/26/2019 at 9:58 AM, Erell said:

Congratulations on the gym ! 🤗

Nice To read that your Spike only lasted 2hours,  you're on the good path 😘

Thanks, it has been going well comparing myself to 3-4 months ago. I hope the best for you! 

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Cocopuffz17

I stopped taking coffee for my fatigue. But I might have to reconsider. I have been getting hammered with fatigue/anxiety for the last two days. I went to bed at 7 pm tonight and awoke at 12:30 am. I am unable to fall back asleep. Just when you think you are out of the woods! I know this will pass. Just a tiny blip on the radar. 

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Henryk12
On 10/13/2019 at 6:13 PM, Cocopuffz17 said:

Yes, it absolutely is. Because without a doubt I would be back on the medication if I never seeked help/advice outside of the healthcare system. I just constantly got told it was a relapse of symptoms and that reassured me that I needed it for life... aka chemical imbalance. Which can be controlled with nutrition as your gut produces a majority 80% of your body’s serotonin. 
 

oooo that’s in Quebec I haven’t visited there. I will get there one day! 

Good to here bout your success bruh . Congratulations. More healings coming your way in Jesus name . 

 

Please wanna ask your nutritional guide and how does your tinnitus and head ache stopped. Thanks 

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