Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Battling Depression

Hey there.  You know, I've been in a funk recently.  It's even been suggested that I may have some sort of depression.  Me?  The clown that likes to make not so funny jokes, sarcastic remakes, while dancing the robot?  Wow.  Didn't know that could happen.  Nevertheless, I took initiative and started to look into some of the treatments for depression.  What I found out about the disease (because it is a disease) is that it can strike anyone, even those that look happy on the outside but are depressed on the inside.  After speaking with a few friends that have dealt with some sort of depression at one point, suggested I look to buy Pristiq.

I'll admit that I never heard of it before but since I value this person's opinion, I had to check it out.  I looked for it online and sought out the pros and cons.  A big pro was that it can be bought online.  Which is great for those of us that want to be discrete about it.  Using an online pharmacy can give you that added privacy, but you need to be careful because I'm sure that the online pharmacy that can offer you drugs without a prescription is not trustworthy.  Even the Pristiq website warns you of those looking to make a buck and will offer you a way to buy cheap Pristiq through a trusted online pharmacy.  I love that their website is open about getting you the help you need, even by helping you find the generic Pristiq for those of us that are strapped for cash.

I didn't think that depression could happen to me.  I'm still not 100% that it's there.  The only way to know for sure is to get a doctor and get checked out.  And when that time comes, make sure to ask about Pristiq.  It's better to get that information from a doctor than an online blogger.  Take care, friends.  Later!


  1. Hope you find a solution that works for you. Feeling down all the time can really suck (I've been through it). The good news is that you're taking steps to help yourself!

  2. Hey there Fluffer,

    Yeah, it sucks, but I don't think it's set in just yet, you know. I've definitely been in a funk (as evidence by writing... or lack thereof) and I think I need to play more games to snap me out of it. lol Anything you recommend?

  3. Well, when I was very depressed (way back in high school), I guess the thing that snapped me out of it was new friends. That's what worked for me; everyone's different. After we started dating, my boyfriend taught me to always try to be positive. You might have a bad day but just work to make tomorrow better. Instead of dwelling on dark thoughts, turn those thoughts to something that makes you smile. That kind of thing has really prevented me from getting depressed again.