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"Today is day 15 without any Effexor. After 8 years I often found it hard to believe that I would ever reach this point. I'm still having some ups and downs, mostly anxiety-wise, but we've had a lot of family and friend related events (3 deaths in 2 weeks) and a rush to get my mother-in-law into assisted living. All in all, I think I held up pretty well. A good friend of mine pointed out to me today, that EVERYONE has ups and downs. It's amazing to think that I might be reacting like a "normal person!

Sleeping, and especially falling asleep, is now a delight instead of a dread and my brain feels like it has a lot more room in it.