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Fear, uncertainty, apprehension, maybe even a touch of Imposter Syndrome were all coursing through my veins as I stepped into the first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting of my life. I wasn´t sure if I belonged there or if my 4 year abstinence from alcohol meant that I was not really an alcoholic.
"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.
Although the path to addiction recovery seems like a simple, process, you very quickly find yourself down the rabbit hole, with no escape,
As some people may know I was recently diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder / Aspergers and this whole process of “labelling” and self-identification is what hurled me further through a process of self-discovery and evolution. Having to analyse all of my behaviours in a series of tests, and question my actions, really gave me a new perspective on my personality. I started to learn about myself in far more depth and identified repeating issues in my life.
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
How vulnerable are you and what does it really mean to be vulnerable. Find out how vulnerability can lead to a new perspective on life.
Letting go of control can change your life forever. Free yourself from anxiety & stop self sabotaging by letting go of control of your brain.
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.