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    dragonzombie
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      Just as my mind was getting better, a new terrible thought is stuck in my mind. Not sure why it bothers me so much considering what I’ve learned and dealth with over the years. And most of my problems with depression and anxiety are done with. I still don’t really drink caffeine much anymore, so that helps and I changed my diet.

      My eye got red again weeks ago, and the thoughts appeared before it. And now I think I need one of my eye to go red again and put drops in the eye to counter out the thought. I am googling info if cells get replaced in the eye over time so I don’t have to, to counter it.

      I guess I will keep popping paxil until it goes and I hoepfully can’t remember it mostly, been doing this since 2004 or 5. Shame, it’s the only real bad thought left bothering me now.

      I dunno what to do. Sick of this thoughts prison.

       

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