This is not question. I want to thanks to all my friends in this group for the comments and response to my questions posted. For the last 25 yrs. I been struggled by anxiety and since in this group I analized the comunications sent to me and let me tell all the ones there that I been doing well know,however minor symptoms are always there but I realy doing well. Thanks to all. I always reviewed the question and comments posted. Seniors in this group have the experience with meds. than more that a lot of dx.which are in triall and error basis. I respect the knowledgment of dx.but the experience and knowledgment of people in this group is good. thanks again and await for your comments. Regards; Alcon 1502
Whom get benefits fron this group?
- 1 Oct 2012 by alcon1502
- 17 May 2013
Hi, i also have benefitted greatly since joining DC. I have made some good friends, had great advice and support in times of need. It also makes me feel good to be part of this 'family' and be able to be there for others when they need it. Nearly everyone on this site are caring and compassionate people and it is great that we are all there for each other : )
I am also so fortunate to have stumbled on this great site: Drugs.com
Such a wealth of medical jargon and real folks sharing their experience &
wisdom... Learn something new every day, I make the time to tune in. As a
computer- challenged seioner-ish newby, my first and only interactive
"club" has helped curb my anxiety and tendacy to be a loner soo much.
I don't feel so alone. I truly mean every word I painstakingly peck... D_Square
I, too, have received a great deal of information and help from here. I found this sight a year ago. I can't tell you how much this sight has been beneficial. There is such a wonderful group of people willing to help others. All you have to do is ask. Thanks for the wonderful letter you wrote. It makes all this worthwhile.
I would like to thank you as well. By being here with the rest of us you allow us, or at least me, to have an outlet. Just because you can get well does not mean that you feel great about the struggle, or that those around you in the 'real' world understand what you have gone through.
So many think you can just 'get over it', when it takes doctors, therapists and time, in years, to get well. Having a group that understands this and that you can contribute to, helps you feel better.
After 40+ years of depression, I am glad to be healthy and glad to share everything I have learned so that someone else does not have to take 40 years to get well. So, thank you, for being here with all of us.
Hello alcon and let me thank YOU for being here and for posting such a thoughtful comment. No one person does it all... we all stand together... you ARE actually part of the "total" group that brings us together to help each other. Thank you for being here and for sharing so that others can also benefit from the interaction...
You are absolutly right about exp. being invaluble among like-minded Peer's! My own Dr. respects the opins of his older and experienced patients and consults them as often as the now online PDR! By the way, our FDA whatchdogs are far more beholden to "special intrest groups" and "big Pharma" than to the folks they are tasked to keep safe! Kudos and Good Health!
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