Back in 2005, my physician gave me a prescription for Lexapro to combat the effects of some depression issues I’d picked up after a particularly stressful deployment. While taking medication was not very appealing to me for many reasons, I went ahead and tried it, because I like to give things a chance before I try something else. A buddy of mine from my unit had also been taking Lexapro for a while, and it was helping him immensely. At that time, I was willing to do almost anything to get out of the rut I was in. I was depressed, had no energy, was terribly unhappy all the time, and every day was a challenge.
When you set up an event in Facebook (very simple to do), and people respond saying they will attend, their response appears on their newsfeed and all their friends get to see it. This is an excellent Facebook marketing strategy as their friends are made aware of you without you having to friend them. What do you put in an event? Well, you could have a webinar, maybe a product price reduction for a limited time, or give away free reports for a limited time.
When we shift our attitude from cynical to grateful, miracles can happen. It’s as if we create a new space in our hearts for happiness, or illuminate joyful things that had been previously hidden in the dark.
Yes, Facebook lets you import your email contacts into Facebook from most of the major mail clients like gmail, yahoo etc. When you import them, if the person is active on Facebook they will receive a friend request. They’re your contacts and customers so a perfectly legitimate way to get friends.
My doctor started me out on 10-milligram doses for the first three weeks. After the second day, I felt great. However, I was taking the Lexapro at night right before bed, and it was causing me to fall asleep around 1400 hours every day. For some people, this wouldn’t be a problem, but there was no way I could take an afternoon nap every day at work. Then, by the time I got home from work around 1730 every day, I would sit down on the couch to watch the evening Costa Blanca News. I’d be asleep within five minutes, and not wake up until the next morning, leaving my spouse to care for our young children alone. Since that never happened to me before I went on Lexapro, and I knew I wasn’t pregnant, I decided to ask my doctor about it. So, during the second week of treatment, I made an appointment to see my doctor.
POTENTIAL TRANSFORMERS also known as the Voltage Transformer. It can be said that these are the type of the instrument transformers that are found to gauge and also to protect safety level in any circuits having the high voltage.
Week 41: Baby arrived. He is adorable. I can’t remember ever feeling this happy, tired and overwhelmed. All pregnancy symptoms are forgotten and replaced with completely new mommy symptoms. Will create that journal in 3 months when I can sleep again and regain a rational thought process.