~~~ Olivia ~~~Moderator, Bipolar"Don't let your yesterday, ruin your today" "The moon if always full, think about it."Dx: Bipolar I (mixed-episodes), PTSD, Anxiety/Panic Disorder Current Meds: Lithium 900mg, Geodon 60mg 2x/day, Ativan 1mgSupport HealingWell: http://www.healingwell.com/donate
Post Edited (olivia of course) : 6/26/2007 6:48:25 PM (GMT-6)
Thanks, for the encouragement.
Hold on with the trileptal, and best wishes on the Seroquel.
about not being able to keep pdocs? maybe your best friends won't even tell you. (That's for those of you old enough to remember the second round of dia soap television ads). Seriously, all any of us can do is hope, pray, and deal the reality the best way we can. You've dealt with worse, Olivia. I'm certain you will deal equally well with this slight glitch.
e have nothing to fear but fear itself - and goind manic - and going super depressed - and our noses falling off. . . . .
~~~ Olivia ~~~Moderator, Bipolar"Don't let your yesterday, ruin your today" "The moon if always full, think about it."Dx: Bipolar I (mixed-episodes), PTSD, Anxiety/Panic Disorder Support HealingWell: http://www.healingwell.com/donate
my belief system dictates that there are no such things as accidents and that everything happens for a reason. we might never know the outcome of the "accident" or the "reason" for an event. but, somehow, it is orchistrated. we have full free will in all of this, of course. we are, i believe, the architects of our lives.
SO WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM, WOMAN? accept that you are beautiful and wonderful and human, with human failings and idiosyncracies. an illness, no matter hoe severe, is only an illness. only you can decide to make it define your "being."
you will make it through this dark passage. of this i am certain. and you will, as always, make it with grace.