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Old 01-08-2012, 01:26 AM   #176
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Old 01-27-2012, 04:35 PM   #177
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WHERE ARE YOU????
I miss you. Are you doing ok?
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Old 01-27-2012, 07:05 PM   #178
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Awww you sausage. I'm here. I read regularly but don't always post. As I've said before, it gets rather repetitive. I know there are newbies who are just finding out about withdrawal but you start to feel like a broken record after a while, you know?

I check this site every day. At least once. So if you want to talk to me just PM me

While I'm at it, after 5 weeks on 18mg my sleep settled and was great. Then I dropped another mg and it got stuffed again. Ages falling asleep, waking several times, waking at @5.30am and not going back to sleep. Blah. Just as well I'm not working at the moment cos I can go back to bed once I get Jason off to work

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Old 01-27-2012, 07:10 PM   #179
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BTW I've now lost 14kg
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:26 AM   #180
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but you start to feel like a broken record after a while, you know?
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While I'm at it, after 5 weeks on 18mg my sleep settled and was great. Then I dropped another mg and it got stuffed again. Ages falling asleep, waking several times, waking at @5.30am and not going back to sleep. Blah. Stoopid withdrawal
I'll be thinking of you when I am lyhing there taking ages to get to sleep and waking up. Obviously it is the drop and w/d. At least we know now that it gets better further into the taper. I was wondering how your sleep was going. Your are going great with your drops, regular and consistent, right!
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:27 AM   #181
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Old 01-28-2012, 04:16 AM   #182
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I'll be thinking of you when I am lyhing there taking ages to get to sleep and waking up. Obviously it is the drop and w/d. At least we know now that it gets better further into the taper. I was wondering how your sleep was going. Your are going great with your drops, regular and consistent, right!
Usually yes. But that doesn't mean I won't change that if needed. When I went through the trauma of being bullied then giving up my job a few months ago, I tried increasing my dose. When that didn't work I just stayed at the same dose for a couple of months. My nervous system needed time to get over what had happened so I went with it.

Sleep has been an issue for me right throughout, on and off. I've accepted that and have decided to just put up with it because I want to get off Paxil. Really I dont have much choice since I've developed a tolerance to it anyway. But it seems the best course of action.
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Old 01-28-2012, 04:17 AM   #183
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1kg per week most weeks. It's brilliant. And i'm not hungry so it hasn't been hard

32 to go ............
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Old 01-28-2012, 09:35 PM   #184
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1kg a week doesn't sound right to me. Can that be healthy????


I wondered about other things affecting us (our stress level and consequently our w/d ) and I reckon they do and what you said about your work situation confirms that too, so glad to see that post. I know you said it before, but I forget stuff.
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Old 01-28-2012, 11:12 PM   #185
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Yup. 1kg a week is healthy. Any more than that, for any length of time, is not. Us bandits are supposed to aim for 0.5-1kg per week.
And don't worry. I've seen a dietitian twice and she said I was doing really well, my diet was balanced, and I'm losing fat rather than muscle mass. I go back for a 3 month follow up just to make sure that I'm still on the right track.
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Old 01-29-2012, 09:07 PM   #186
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Hey bandit! What do you do about clothes fitting now (or should I say, not fitting)
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Old 01-29-2012, 09:13 PM   #187
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LOL!! Love the pic!!

No probs so far. I'm just finding that things are more loose. Got back into a 3/4 length pair of 'jeans' that I haven't been able to wear for 2 yrs

I plan to shop in Savers once I need more clothes. I'll supplement what I find there with the odd nice top or whatever from 'normal' clothes shops.
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Old 01-30-2012, 07:16 PM   #188
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That will be fun, getting a whole new wardrobe! Are we going to get before and after pics???
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Old 01-30-2012, 09:55 PM   #189
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Old 01-31-2012, 01:58 PM   #190
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F#@k me I hate withdrawal! This is my third night in a row of bad sleep. The first night was oppressively hot but with a ceiling fan it shouldn't have been too bad. Shouldn't have. I tossed and turned all night. Probably only got 4-5 hours broken sleep. The next day was a write off. Still oppressively humid and on minimal sleep, I really didn't function very well. Ok I said. Start again tomorrow. Right? Wrong! Still took ages to fall asleep and only managed about 5 hours but it was better. Ok I said, it will be better tonight... last night. Wrong again! It took more than 2 hours to manage to get to sleep..and only with constantly telling myself "calm, calm, calm".... Woke up an hour later... gaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh. Did the same thing again.... and managed another 2.5-3 hours. Great. Terrific. NOT.

This is the worst spell of non-sleep for several months. And it follows a 1mg drop 2 1/2 weeks ago. Now either this is just a bad drop or I am going to have to slow the process further. I'm thinking the latter since I never went below 20mg during the 10+ years I was on Paxil before all of this started. *sigh* Makes me wonder if I will EVER get off this stuff......
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Old 01-31-2012, 05:25 PM   #191
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Yeah sure is sucky! Maybe TONIGHT?? I hope so...
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Old 02-02-2012, 10:52 PM   #192
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Well my sleep has improved a bit. I find that I just can't switch my brain off when I am supposed to be going to sleep. It's withdrawal since all other techniques don't stop it. However, I've found a new 'technique' to help. I just say "calm, calm, calm" over and over at a rapid pace until my brain and body do as they are told!!

I'm also considering doing smaller drops. Maybe 0.5mg rather than 1mg. Who knows, I might be able to do them quicker and still achieve the taper rate I'd like to achieve. My scales aren't calibrated very well so I've ordered some new ones from eBay. Whatever happens, I wont be dropping again until I know I can get to sleep without my brain running amok for 2 hours or more first!
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Old 02-02-2012, 10:54 PM   #193
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It has also occurred to me that since I was never on a dose lower than 20mg during all the years I stayed on Paxil, that all my drops from now on may be more difficult than previously. Hence the idea of doing smaller drops and possibly waiting longer between.
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:38 AM   #194
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WOW ... I AM SO EXCITED ABOUT YOUR WEIGHT LOSS!!!!!!!
HOW GREAT IS THAT

Sorry about your sleep , Keep talking to that brain of yours, I talk to mine and I tell it to get busy and make the rest of my body mind!!!!!! After all it is the BRAIN !!! THAT IS IT'S JOB , SENDING MESSAGES HA HA HA

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Old 02-03-2012, 04:51 PM   #195
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LOL!!! Rose
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Old 02-06-2012, 03:54 AM   #196
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Hmmm my sleep has settled. A lot more quickly than I would have expected. I also think there was something psychological involved and I think I know what it was......

Once I finished the essay I was working on I had another assignment to attend to. I'm currently studying Grief and Loss counselling. Well the next assignment required 5 x 200 word answers on what counsellings I would use and what my overall aim would be when... and there were 5 different things that a bereaved person might say. One of the statements / questions was: "What did I ever do to deserve this?" It touched a nerve. I immediately thought about the bullying I endured in my last job.

Overall it was probably a good thing since I know for sure now that I won't go back to working in Community Mental Health. I wasn't sure before but I am now. It is a small field, people know of / know one another even when working for different agencies, people leave one agency and bob up in another one.... it just isn't worth risking. Additionally the work is not what I got into psychology for. It's more about social work which I never wanted to do. If I had I would have studied it! Soooo I've sent off an application to become a volunteer for Griefline, a telephone counselling service. Practical experience is what I am after. I did some volunteer work in mental health and it helped when I was applying for jobs so I'm hoping that the same will happen here.

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Old 02-07-2012, 05:30 PM   #197
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So your brain was trying to tell you something...and you were telling it to be quiet! Glad you sorted that out. I guess griefline is something like lifeline?
That's such a good thing to do and you are sure to enjoy that. Do you do it from home or go to centre to do it? Are you going to continue your study?
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It was both Grandma. I've had issues sleeping when there has been a major issue coming to the surface in the past. But I also have a reaction around week 2 or 3 after doing a drop.

Yes griefline is like lifeline. I may yet volunteer for lifeline too but I know they ask for a 6 month commitment and we are going o/seas again in May.
I'm expecting to go to the 'centre' to do it. As a volunteer you usually consult with whoever runs the service to determine hours that are suitable for both. I see on their website that they have an online counselling service but I think that is only for the Persian community. Anyway, I want to meet with others and have someone to go to if I have questions. Beats staying home all day!

I will definitely be continuing my study. The idea of volunteering is to get some practical experience but I still have a lot to learn. I have another unit in grief and loss to do, then 3 in addictions, and 3 in family therapy! Plus I would like to upgrade from the certificate to the diploma which will mean at least another 4 units

I guess I'm 'replacing' a masters in psych with a far more affordable method of getting to where I want to be - doing counselling Besides a psych masters requires a thesis and I can't see the point of doing that when I don't want to be an academic. I want to work with people!
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Old 02-08-2012, 03:51 PM   #199
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Sounds like a lot of study ahead of you. I can understand about wanting to work with people but in the system, that is difficult due to hierarchy. It would be nice to have your own business one day.

OVerseas again in May! Wow! That isn't too far off! Where to this time?
You are making good progress, just keep it up! I am in week 4 now and sleeping much better, only waking once which is normal.
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Glad you are sleeping better. Looks like you are finally on your way to getting off this silly drug

The study isn't as much as it sounds because it's self paced. Not like 13 weeks of a uni semester followed by exams. There are actually no exams. I work through a study guide (do the set readings in the readings book and the exercises) then do the assignments. If they think i've learned everything I need to learn then I am deemed "competent" and can move on to the next unit. I can ask to have my assignments graded, which I have been doing, and I am getting the highest level they give - distinctions

It's still quite a lot but that's ok. I had a 2 year break and didn't do a lot last year because I was working 3 days a week for the first 6 months, then needed time to deal with having been bullied, then we went overseas ..... While I'm not currently working I figure I should buckle down and do as much as I can .....

Ummm.. we're going back to Europe. We fly to London, do an 8 day bus tour of England and Scotland, spend a few days in London, go on a cruise from London to Rome, then spend a few days in Rome before flying home from there. After that, we run out of money
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2013 27 Jan-12mg, 11 Mar-11.5mg, 2 May-11mg, 10 July-13mg, added 12.5mg Amitryptline 20 July; 5 Aug-titrated up to 75mg, stopped @13 Aug due to SS

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