@Pete McVries thank you for your reply and your concern. TBH, I don't have friends anymore. They all left for some reason but I did ask many of them before they did. All of them said they believe there's nothing wrong with me. Maybe they mean it and maybe they were just being nice. The psychiatrist said this is the time for meds. Other ways like talking for example should come later. He also said he believes in my case meds are temporary. I just don't believe him. Maybe he's saying this just to get me to start taking them then I would be all dependent on them. He said it's always going to be there but then it's episodic, like sometimes I'm perfectly well and some other times I'm not. I get episodes that last for few days or weeks then I revert back to normal. He also said it's all trial and error and I replied that I'm not ready for that. Thats the thing. They could have permanent effects. He said I should try for a while and see what happens, but if they have permanent then trying does hurt. They're both nice. I was just never a trusting person. Thank you, Pete. I wish you the same. On a side note : Just before I saw your post, I had just been at the pharmacy returning the medicine. I'm grateful I got a professional diagnosis, but now I can find my own ways to deal with this and besides I need to wait to be sure this is not withdrawal.