"Should I take Strattera" , or any medication, is a question that gets asked more frequently as the searches for Strattera related posts on Google seemingly increase. I tried to explain not just an understanding of the drug and its effects but an understanding of the changes that were happening as I struggled to break free from addiction, anxiety, depression and repeated toxic behaviours.
Coming Off Strattera
Coming off Strattera can be a roller-coaster ride. which will test you and cause you to grow. Strattera can be a stepping stone to a new life
Life After Strattera
Life after Strattera has not been easy but each day that passes I feel more positive and closer to finding the inner peace that I have spent my life searching for.
Removing Your Three Masks
First of all, I would like to apologise for abandoning the blog for such a long time. I was undergoing a lot of changes mentally and was really struggling to get anything done. I knew I had to just ride out the tough times, try to learn as much from it all, and emerge stronger... Continue Reading →
#12 My Strattera Experience – Dont Mess With ADHD Meds!
This post describes how Strattera changed my life and details my Strattera experience, the Strattera Withdrawal, the come up, & the Strattera side effects.
#11 Chaotic Communication and Repressed Relationships
This post discusses the communication problems within relationships and friendships, and the struggle to communicate and overcome repressed emotions
#8 A New Addiction To Natural Highs
Life has been absolute chaos, danger, destruction, and impulsivity due to my medication having not yet taken full effect again.
#7 Spiralling Towards Insanity Once Again
Spiralling towards insanity once again shows the struggles of living with ADHD, and problems with addiction to drugs and alcohol
#6 Strattera Changed my Life
Strattera (Atomoxetine) changed my life and I could not be more happy with my new brain. Read this article to find out more about Strattera (Atomoxetine)
#4 If You Think You Might Have ADHD – You Probably Do
If you think you might have ADHD you probably do. Between 2-4% of adults have ADHD but almost no-one goes to the doctor to get diagnosed. Do you have ADHD?