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a good quote. I like it.

The good news today is that I paid off my loan on my Toyota Highlander over a span of 6 years. The bad news is I owe the bank $797. 98 in interest and late payments. I feel like they shafted me just a

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Yep. I couldn't resist. I'm in the mood for meat loaf today. Been forever since I had it, Chernaudi. :eat:

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I wonder if there is such a thing as mental sleep. You're awake, but your mind just isn't active. It's like you go to a dark place as if you were asleep...kind of weird, but I feel like I'm far far away. I don't feel with it today. 

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is it daydreaming?

 

Well. It's like I'm asleep, but I'm awake. Sometimes I have huge gaps of memory loss too. Like I can't remember something even though it happened. Sometimes it's really important but I forget and than sometimes I get where I'm in some sort of really off state where I'm just not with it. It could be my medication. 

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i think this phenomena of blacking out is something i been seeing lately.

my brother had it, where he lost great swathes of memory.

 

personally, I had an incident the other night where my head felt like it had flipped upside down. it was like i almost lost consciousness. there didn't seem to be any trigger.

it could be medication because I am taking sertraline. (zoloft)

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i think this phenomena of blacking out is something i been seeing lately.

my brother had it, where he lost great swathes of memory.

 

personally, I had an incident the other night where my head felt like it had flipped upside down. it was like i almost lost consciousness. there didn't seem to be any trigger.

it could be medication because I am taking sertraline. (zoloft)

 

I think you're right. One of the side effects of celexa is short term memory loss. But it's been really bad lately. I've been at a loss for certain words that would other wise be easy for someone else to remember. I had a bad memory before the medicine, its just a lot worse now. 

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