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Thanks for reminding everyone of the benefits of therapy. Sliding scale is a great option. The reason I recommended meds is that the STAR-D research studies showed medication can be effective as well, especially if you supplement with a different med if the first one doesn't work. But therapy can help you overcome the life patterns and ways of thinking that exacerbate depression and deal with past trauma and attachment issues. The support is also a huge piece.
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