Our expert says:
Chill, and you should be fine. You've been making outstanding progress. An abrupt and unplaned stopping of the meds may have unsettled you a litle, but you'll soon be back on an even keel. Don't lose confidence over this.
And don't do, what too many people do, and devalue your progress, assuming that because cemicals may have contributed to your feeling better, it's somehow all an illusion or worthless. The meds help to correct the internal chemistry that controls everybody's moods every day of their life --- we have as humans no way of feeling good EXCEPT via our brain chemistry being in a good state. We feel chemically.
You're feeling unsettled this morning for both reasons, lack of meds and bad night. Start back on your usual dose ( there's no point in increasing the dose after this short break), and you should soon be back to your usual progressing state. You progress has been real. If, before a broken leg has fully healed, you take off the plaster early, and find you can walk on it but it still hurts, that doesn't mean player is unnecessary, or that your leg isn't going to heal, or that the healing wasn't "real" --- but that it was too soon to remove the necessary chemical protection from the leg.
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