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To Those Who Grapple With Taking Meds

There were those times when I thought that my meds were changing my very essence, but they weren’t.

There were those moments when I felt like there was only a small part of me that was recognizable, but that wasn’t true.

There were so many instances when I felt (and feel) like dirt, but I know that I will “get through,” and for all intents and purposes, I am going to feel better.

You see, meds are necessary in our lives, and no matter how much we dislike taking them, they help us… they really do.

Indeed, there must be some trust between you, your provider, and your medication regimen.

And, take it from someone who has been in the trenches, that your mental health will improve with time.

Blessings.

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