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Loved this article about co-workers and is it okay to be a “toucher”
I’ll admit…I’m a toucher. I’ve never gotten anyone to give me bad looks or say not to, ever.Where I work high fives are common and okay!
I would hate to be at a stiff place, where no one is comforting. I already have a mental illness!
Found an article talking about Psychosis and Marijuana.
Loved these tips!
Originally posted on Never Ask "What If?":
Depression can be pretty scary. It’s especially scary when you’re alone in your room at 3:30am fighting a war against yourself to stay alive while the rest of the world sleeps soundly.
Intense, I know.
It’s hard to depend on others because you don’t want to be a burden.
When you do finally let someone in you hold onto them for dear life because they are the only other person that has been inside your head. They are the only ones that know everything.
Suddenly you can’t stop. Every other conversation (or maybe even more) revolves around your depression. What set you off that day, all of the negative things you have to say about yourself and the world around you, all of the things you’re feeling. Over and over and over again.
Then eventually, like any human being who is being barraged with that kind of information all day long…
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I’m writing an article on menstruation and mental illness and I need some help!
Can you tell me if your menstrual cycle effects your mental illness?
I’m having a hard time finding the time to write and the material to write.
My brain is feeling fine. My emotions are in check, but what is going on.. where am I? I thought once you find the “right” dose your suppose to be right back at where you was. Where “was” I? Who was I before mental illness knocked me on my ass and made me into who I am today.
I think my husband is having a hard time with the semi-restricted me. I go to bed the same time every night, i’m saving money, not spending every cent I have. Things are changing inside and out
but for how long?…
Finding normality within Bipolarity. The inner musings of a chemically challenged manic-depressive. Mildly* asocial and a purveyor of awesome.
high functioning. crash & burn. write. lather, rinse, repeat.
Coping with severe mental illness through creative expression, documentation, imagery, poetry, prose and verse
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