Bipolar IIIt is a melancholy of mine own, compounded of many simples, extracted from many objects, and indeed the sundry contemplation of my travels, in which my often rumination wraps me in a most humorous sadness. -- William Shakespeare
I'm glad that joined in with us. Take your time and read through a lot of the posts. I'm sure you'll find some interest/similiarities with your own self that will help you along the way.
Many times I get so overwhelmed with things. I find for myself right now, that it is easier if I just focus on one thing at a time and accomplish that before I jump ahead and think of Everything at once that is jumping around in my head! Focus on taking one step at a time. It will get easier as time goes by.
Try not to feel guilty. You have been diagnosed, you are seeing a doctor and therapist plus taking your medications. That is the most important step, plus you found us to help along the way. You've made the most important decision already and that was to accept your diagnosis and to be responsible for maintaining your wellness.
Continue to post and join in. We're all one big family around here.
Thank you for the welcome. Like I like to say...at least I still have hope, because I think without it I would really be in the toilet right now.
I agree with both of your suggestions on taking it one step at a time...and having smaller goals to achieve. That is what I am focusing on right now. Just to give me that sense of accomplishment...even if it is just cleaning the bathrooms and kitchen in one day
Again thank you for the welcome.