Monthly Archives: April 2011

Prozac, Counselling and The Godfather

Well, what can I say. I was completely blown away by all the positive responses to my blog posts over the weekend. I thought is talk about a little more in detail how I was able to overcome this challenge. … Continue reading

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Depression – A Journey (Part 3)

Well here goes, the final part. After seeing the doctor I was put on ‘fluoxetine’ once a day (after a couple of months I increased it to twice daily). I was also referred to see a counsellor. Eventually after 9 … Continue reading

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Depression – A Journey (Part 2)

I ended my previous post about a co-worker. Well let me say the office I worked in was tiny, it was the size of a living room. Within that room there were 7 members of staff, 6 female and 1 … Continue reading

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Depression – A Journey (Part 1)

This is probably my hardest and most personal blog post I’ve done or I’m likely to do. I don’t want to bombard people with too much text to read so I’ve decided to split the post in a number of … Continue reading

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Twitter: A motivational tool or a ego boost?

While I was out running this morning, I thought a little more about something that I was mulling over earlier in the week. Basically I’ve come to the conclusion that aside from the meeting new people side of Twitter, its … Continue reading

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Easter weekend!

Well its a good time of the year. Easter! I’m not a religious person, and I certainly don’t see the link between chocolate eggs and the resurrection of a bearded guy thousands of years ago. But I appreciate the extra … Continue reading

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Oh yeah, I’ve got a blog!

Ooooohhhh! It’s been a long time since my last blog post. Last time I had something to say it was about my kids potty training. Well a quick update on that, they’re pretty much ok with that now, aside from … Continue reading

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