I can understand how you feel. I wanted to get off the zyprexa because it makes me so hungry and I'm 100 pounds over weight. Before psych drugs I was slim. I replaced the zyprexa with abilify because the abilify is supposed to be more weight neutral. The abilify was a bad fit. It made me alternate between anxiety and exhaustion and I was STILL VERY HUNGRY. So I went off the abilify and for 10 days didn't take an antipsychotic med. I spent much of that time in the recliner because I felt so awful. After 10 days I relented and went back on the zyprexa. For me it does 4 things, it helps my mood, my OCD, my anxiety and my sleep. I also take lexapro for OCD, klonopin for anxiety and sleep and hydroxyzine for anxiety and sleep. You have to weigh the benefits of the medicines you're taking with the drawbacks. You may very well be able to get off all meds and therapy will do the trick. I sure wish I didn't have to take psych meds, but after trial and error, lots of therapy and a 40 year psychiatric history I know I myself need to be on medications. You know yourself best. I hope therapy does the trick, but don't feel like a failure if you do need to take psych meds. The most important thing is that you have a good quality of life whichever path you take.