Monthly Archives: April 2017

It’s very difficult to focus on mental health when physical illness is such a distraction. When your world constantly tilts, swirls, or feels like you’re on a boat, it’s hard to devote as much time to introspection. So for 45-50 … Continue reading

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I’ve really been going “stir-crazy”. Today I was determined to drive around the neighborhood at least once. I ended up deciding to go to the store five minutes away to pick up prescriptions and run an errand.  I made it … Continue reading

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Sorting

Yesterday we were sorting through boxes in the basement to decide what will be shipped down to the new house (not moving there permanently for 4 years yet, but settle on the house next month). My mother warned, “Sometimes, remember, … Continue reading

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With this current therapist, I can see areas of improvement.  For example, I now do not get nearly as unnerved or angry upon hearing names of alters.  There is also a greater amount of communication from several alters to the … Continue reading

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Routine Down the Drain

I love routine.  I love planning.  I love scheduling.  Order, control, blah blah blah. Ever since last April, the routines I’d previously clung to with such fervor have become null.  When you don’t know what you will physically be capable … Continue reading

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How is it that when nothing is really happening, it seems as if so much is?

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