One of the most said things (apart from "smile, it might never happen") when discussing depression is "It is a chemical imbalance, you wouldn't feel bad about taking insulin for diabetes would you?" Perfectly sound logic there. The stable brain says "Ah yes, that makes sense. Broken body, medicine taken." Unfortunately the Depressed Brain is a lying bastard. Other people don't take antidepressants. They're fine. It's probably all just in your imagination. You're making it up for sympathy and to be dramatic. ADHD Brain is a sneaky little git as well. ADHD Brain remembers everything you have lost or forgotten throughout your life (yes, the irony is not lost on me). ADHD Brain will remind you of this every time you think you knew where something was, when systems tell you that you should have enough pills so you have clearly lost a box somewhere. They combine in a lovely little rap duo. You know those bastards are going to rap, probably with miss pronounced words to produce forced rhymes. So, when you have run out of antidepressants and the prescription website says you can't have more until x date, what do you do? a) Call the doctor and ask for more meds, as you may have lost yours. b) Take meds from a friend who is on the same dosage as you. c) Ration the ones you have to last until the normal refill date, taking a progressively lower dose than you should be taking until you can get new meds. d) Take them at normal dose and then go cold turkey until the refill. Well obviously you guys know me, I am no moron. Going cold turkey is very silly and would lead to a major depression blip when they were out of my system. See, so it was obviously best to follow option C. A lower dose of meds for a fortnight (I mean a week, it was definitely only a week, I wouldn't lie to my loved ones about this), that's not going to cause any issues. Not at all! So yeah, here I am. One giant puddle of self loathing. Achieving nothing. Sleeping too much. Waiting for my body to get back on its normal dosage. Oh and yeah, ADHD git can suck it - they gave me the wrong amount last time, I lost NOTHING!