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megirl

megirl

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Well been a bit racey getting loads done which is great
But I have no patience with most people in my life atm.
Agitation has been building for a while now.
My support worker is a dumb fuck-wit!!
He seems to think all is well with me.
Hubby was away for the weekend, its not his fault I got overwhelmed and got so drunk (sadly on my own) that I cant remember anything.
It appears I may have had more than 3 bottles of wine.
Ouch!
Anyway have told psych services top fuck off and discharge me.
Cant be bothered with any of them any more
I guess we all get to a point where its time to move on,
I arent talking to them at all, none of them!
They always know i ring them back within a day of telling them to fuck off. This time i arent going to bother
Yeh and its the getting loads done then the shakes when i stop awesome my support worker seems to think this is normal.
 
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SandalwoodSummer

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People can't always spot hypomania sadly. We know how we feel.

Enjoy it but don't let it go on too long as the crash is not so much fun.

Try not to drink.

Do the right things to stay calm as moderate mania can be bad if others see. I'm certain that is where you're at. I've been there recently myself.
 
megirl

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I didnt discharge myself from the services.
Its interesting but yeh i guess for everyone we all have ups and downs. And....alcohol really affects my mood for quite some days afterwards I try to deny that and say it cant be that but well sadly it does
 
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