working with a 3rd class renewal - airman presented taking Celexa. We began the HIMS process after being given the FAA go ahead. Appointments made etc. Airman then elected to stop said medication and reapply. I advised him to remain off the drug for 2 months and return. Upon return 6 months later airman had restarted Celexa stating he and more importantly his wife found the anti-depression/mood-stabilizing medication most beneficial. I again advised airman to stay on present stable dose and scheduled his PnP visit for 2 months hence. Then airman advised me the wife had found a nice retirement home in the south of the state ( 600+ miles from me) and wanted to know how he could find another HIMS AME, as they were moving in one week! This is when the psychiatric phenomenon of 'transference' occurred - airman is happy and i am depressed! I am glad for the airman ... he made a correct medical decision and continues to pursue it. He will be successful, but establishing himself with a new HIMS AME will take time. And then new AME will need to arrange PnP etc.