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  1. Hi! I am on an emotional rollercoaster most of the time. Before my TBI my life was pretty normal. But after my accident the highs and lows began. One extreme to the other. Started seeing Dr’s and they basically just look at you and say get on with life. One Dr finally listened and put me in contact with a fabulous Dr in Bismarck. Took about 5 yrs of getting the correct cocktail of medication just right. Depression is never taken seriously I feel. I retired and moved from the faster paced life to my hometown. The same town your parents are from I believe. The slow pace is good for me now. Still have highs and lows but I’m on a better track than I was. I can feel your pain and the highs and lows you deal with…

    • Bill, thanks for the nice message. Yeah, I agree that many people, health “professionals” included, so often discount depression & anxiety – most mental illnesses, really- as made up crap. I hope someday they realize that brain health is just as important as the rest of the body’s organs.

      And, yeah, if there’s a mallard on a sign for that town, that’s where the ‘rents live. LOL, my former high school even had some of my art hanging just inside the front doors.

      I’m glad you were able to find a good Dr. I hope the one I’m supposed to see next month is a good fit.

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