@parus Why, thank you! And, thank you for the sage advice! I'm afraid I may have made that post a little too quickly. While I did feel pretty dang good when I typed the aforementioned, I am now struggling with insomnia due to not taking the Hydroxine (antihistimine) to make me sleepy and, I am back on a once a day dose of the Propranolol due to a racing heart and shaking that I experienced yesterday. Not being able to sleep is pretty frustrating, but, worse than that, I think, is finally, finally, getting to sleep and then having a horrible nightmare! I realize that nightmares are part of the recovery, but, it still is pretty unnerving. I did sleep last night, surprisingly, but, I awakened at 1:30 and thought that I was in my bed, which I was, but, rather than in my room, I thought I was in the back of the feed shed on my farm! I was flummoxed as to what I should do as I needed to pee and, obviously, there was no bathroom in the shed! I also wondered what the red lights glowing a few feet away were! Not knowing what else to do, I sat on the edge of my bed to orient myself and, after a short while, realized where I was. It took me a little after that to realize that the glowing lights were the numbers on my clock! It would have been absurd except it was so disheartening! I have come a long way in the past weeks, but, as much as I'd like to think otherwise, I do have more healing to do. Going through the taper was a no brainer, but, it does pain me that it had to happen, that I was allowed to stay on the Diazepam so long. Yes, this can be done, I am proving this to myself all the time. But, it sure aint easy!