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Re: How's Your Mood Today?

Postby arthur369 » Tue Dec 29, 2020 6:29 pm

I found this site back again, glad I can read sick people's thought what they've been going through, cause I felt really alone with my mind. I am going through a withdrawal from many things which makes me feel anxious about my future and my life, when in reality nothing really bad could happen to me, so I am clearly aware of the fact this is just my mind playing stuff.
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Re: How's Your Mood Today?

Postby darkwhisperer » Fri Apr 16, 2021 2:50 am

I'm on my 'okay' mood these days, which is nice but also kinda suspicious because I know it can't last long. It never does. Gotta enjoy it while I can, I guess...
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Re: How's Your Mood Today?

Postby darkwhisperer » Sun Apr 25, 2021 5:06 pm

It's starting again... all's falling apart...
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Re: How's Your Mood Today?

Postby DistortedOne » Mon Jul 19, 2021 11:33 pm

darkwhisperer, I hope you're ok and things got better for you by now. We all get that way and sometimes a lot. If you can take a step back just for a quick second and remember that we bipolars attach a disproportionate amount of emotion to literally everything which gives us the wonderful ability to make us think it's all going bad when it really isn't, you might be able to break the cycle. Because isn't that really all that happens when we are lucky enough to be in that happy medium like normal people in those precious few days or weeks of the year. Sure the brain chemicals are doing their thing and making us feel good for a change, but that really just changes our outlook on what was already there, right? It depressed us before, but now it's always not so bad somehow. I try to find a way to get myself to think that way, even for just a brief few seconds, and I find it can have a tremendous effect on mood direction even just by slowing down the downward slide I'm on. Every bit helps. If you can, try your hardest to think of one thing you are grateful for. You can always find one thing if you really try. It really helps to do that.
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