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"He was much more adventurous and less dark, self-hating when he was on them," Jackie* said in a phone interview. '"When Jackie asked her ex why he couldn't just go back on his meds, he said it was because he couldn't afford his refills. "He would just talk about how worthless he was and slept all day.
They are all over the board and take no responsibility for damaging marriages or relationships. As long as I take my medication like I'm suppose to I'm fine.
I'm happily married and have children, I'm just like any other normal person!
The experience of going off antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications is more common than one might think: Nearly 60% of Americans take a prescription medication, and one in 10 Americans is on an antidepressant, according to 2013 data.
In 2008, 5% of Americans filled a prescription for benzodiazepines, the anti-anxiety drugs that includes Valium, Xanax, and Ativan.