Originally Posted by DarLy
I know I seem like the bearer of bad news, but I would hate to see something bad happen to someone who is a good person, because they were told that it is always normal. If your problem presists, you should really talk to your doctor.
Don't feel bad, I was about to go over some questions too. I too take anti-depressants. I was not to that crying every day phase, but I couldn't concentrate, I was sad every day and getting up what a drag. We all have days that we are sad, especially women. As a woman the thing to watch for is severity of PMS. There is a point that it becomes PMDD, and there are ways they can treat PMDD. PMS or PMDD are a regular monthly thing, but if you are feeling down most of the day for a consecutive 2 weeks it's time to go to the doctor. Signs to watch for are feeling sad all the time, loss of intrest in activities you previously enjoyed, feelings of worthlessness, thought of suicide. (OK, I just realized I sound like a commercial for depression). If your down today, and feel great tomorrow no big deal. So you had a bad day. We all have bad days, just watch for a pattern.