It’s a long one that was written hastily late last night.
Posted in chronic illness, Mental Illness
Tagged anxiety, balance, chronic illness, depressed, depression, DID, dissociation, Dissociative Identity Disorder, dizziness, emotions, MAV, mental health, migraines, psychiatrist, PTSD, Theatre, therapist, therapy, trauma, vertigo, vestibular, vestibular migraine
A common theme is emerging. Therapist: Because you’re depressed. Me: I’m not depressed. This doesn’t feel like how depression used to feel all the other times. I just feel nothing. And remember we discussed how an alter took all extreme … Continue reading
Posted in Mental Illness
Tagged alter, anxiety, depressed, depression, DID, dissociation, dissociative, emotions, hypochondria, mental health, psychiatrist, PTSD, therapist, therapy
I have not posted on here since 2013. A lot has happened since then. This week makes 3 years with no psychiatric inpatient hospitalizations. Sometimes that feels like a long time, and sometimes it seems short. I have been in … Continue reading