Asking help from another med phobic in order to get over your own med phobia is counter productive. I find this akin to asking an alcoholic for advice on how to stop hanging out at the bar on Saturday night, where you always go home intoxicated. Obviously you wouldn't go to an alcoholic for drinking advice, and you shouldn't go to a med phobic for medication advice.
The best way to get over you med phobia is to just hang out with people who are med positive. People get out of bad relationships, when they're negative and counterproductive. Instead they are normally advised to hang out with more positive people.
So hang out with people who are positive about psychiatric medications. These people don't give others the doom and gloom stories that one hears from med phobics, instead these people educate themselves about the benefits of medication for mental health.
You can find sites on the internet that attract people who are very open to psychiatric medications. When you associate more with these type of people, the old training in your brain to drop your medications will stop taking you over.
The best way to learn is by example, so find a person who has lived positively with psychiatric meds, and follow their lead.