And here is where the camera would pan away to the dazzling outfits of the girl band, (ala Labelle)
while a heavy funk groove begins.
So, I am switching medications after 9.5 years on the Prozac-tacular Prozac. of course, I am worried because the LAST time we messed with my medications?
Oy Jesus. Bad Moon Rising.
But my sleeping is way out of whack and I am needing increases in doses with a greater frequency to keep the depression at bay - and I have now been off the Prozac for 2 and a half weeks and while I am not in full withdrawal mode, I can feel the difference.
So I am willing to try it, even with all the crazy shit about it being a derivative of Effexor and will it help, or won't it help, or will I need to go back on the Prozac in a low dose too to make my brain function in some vaguely human way?
Because sleeping for 13 hours a day and still feeling exhausted is no good. Especially when you then are awake until 3 a.m.....so you then feel more exhausted. Its a lottery where the continual payout is more shit.
But like all people with messed up brain chemistry, you just want it to WORK. NOW.
You want to wake up in the morning and think "Hey. I feel pretty good - Lets get going!" rather than this sloggy feeling of being in opaque water.
So I will either feel better, feel worse, or feel nothing. I'm not loving these odds, I must admit.