i dont want to sound like a smartass or anything,but have you thought that the antidepressives are the cause of your daughters behavior?
I will disagree with above statements that antidepressives can help to ease withdrawal
.People react different to antidepressives(ill write AD fromnowon),and the doctors prescribe them too easily.Ive met a few people whose lives have been almost ruined cos of ADs.Some can even have adverce effects,and induce depression instead of curing it.The fact thatyour daughteris reacting in such a way,is leading me to a conclusion that she may be better of without ADs.
Im currently trying to get of meth
for the last time,and there is only one cure-perserverance.there is no shortcut,only pain&craving.But im confident it will pass.
Also 4-mar,or 4-max,or whaterver the slang is (4methylaminorex) isnt a smart drug
or a cureit is a strong stimulantvery much like meth,and it willNOT help withwithdrawal.and swim
knows this for a fact.
my adivce is,although it comes from a recovering meth junkie,that she stops using ADs,and to find something to keep her preoccupied,to start working out(strangely this helps),find a healthy eating regime....and as sitbcknchill stated relapses are bound to happen(i relapsed after almost a year) but the point is that you dont judge her,and to be there for her.it is much easier when you dont have to go through this alone.
sigh..why is it always easier to tell someone else what to do,then to do it yourself...