The crash I spoke of is/was part of the mood swing thing. I am totally overwhelmed by stupid little things and break into tears at the drop of a hat. This *IS NOT* my normal demeanor, by far. I am known far and wide as the "calm cool collected" one who is the go-to person for anything & everything. I'm exhausted yet not sleeping well. (Sleep study last spring produced no solutions and killed me financially!)
Home insurance, auto insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, homeowners board (treasurer), lupus moderator, my medical appts & paperwork, house cleaning, investment re-al
location, groceries, laundry, helping friend dispense of fathers estate, etc,....and the thought of even one thing is enough to bring me to tears right now. And as laws, etc change they all need to be reviewed regularly....I'm the only one here & as such am totally responsible for myself, my expenses, and my house!
Part of it in Dec was affected by the SAD, I know, but now the sun is out more...something has got to be going on with my hormones, I guess since no-one else has noticed this that it must be something besides the prednisone drop. This hyper-emotionality is coming from somewhere, I'm sure.....unless they switched out my brain in my sleep.
I did have the rheumy find some ovarian cysts (non-symptomatic) last March, and haven't made it to the GYN yet, maybe that's involved somehow. Once I get done with the GI, rheumy, dentist & eye dr, maybe I'll get to that soon. ARG!
Lynnwood, Co-Moderator: Lupus Forum
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Post Edited (Lynnwood) : 1/19/2009 9:49:15 AM (GMT-7)