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Friday, June 03, 2005

Zoloft rocks the house.

Nearly two weeks into my Zoloft-dosing, I feel *great*. No, really - its...amazing. It's freeing. I feel *free*. I feel as if I've been given a new lease on life.

It's not that I am no longer worried about things or stressed, just that I can deal with it; it doesn't escalate to a level that I cannot handle. I actually said, aloud, the other day, "There's no use worrying about this, I can't do anything about it." And I let it go. That's a big step for me.

I'm almost kind of hyper, really silly and giggly. I feel..okay. And it's been so long since I felt "okay" or even slightly, really HAPPY that it's overwhelming; it fills me with joy. I'm actually high on life...well, on Zoloft, technically, but whatever...it works!

The only side effects I've experienced is extreme dry mouth (not so fun) and the inability to orgasm (really, really not fun). No, seriously - I cannot, no matter what I or anyone else does, cum. Luckily, I have experienced this before the first time I took Zoloft and know for a fact that it goes away three weeks or so into the dosing.

I can't have an orgasm and I'm STILL happy! Woot! This stuff is da bomb.

Really - I'm just feeling great and wanted to share. Have a wonderful weekend.


- shanna bared her soul & griped a bit @ 5:10 AM
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