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Positivity

Permanent Linkby quietgirl2538 on Sun Jun 19, 2016 2:44 am

So, I decided to stop taking the Seroquel (with doctor's permission, of course) because of the way it left me, so drowsy, especially in the morning. I requested we try the other option of increasing the dose of the Abilify atypical antipsychotic. After 2 weeks+, I feel a big improvement in mood. No more mood swings. I am confident about these results. Abilify has worked for me in the past, to stop mood swings. I can feel the difference. My mood is stable. Trial and error has not been too difficult this time around. The psychiatrist has a record of all the different drugs I have tried and he knows which ones have been more effective on me. Abilify obviously has been one of them. I am determined to get stable and to stay stable. I will do everything in my power to be well. As much as is possible. I refuse to allow my thoughts to take a plunge into negativity and second guess myself or the possibility of being stable. Life can be hard enough without having mood issues. But it is my opinion that when you do have mood issues, you tend to be more careful about how you live your life. You sleep well, eat well, take your medicines on time. I feel as if I'm on a mission of positivity.

“There’s an Asian expression that ‘a burden shared is halved.’"

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ADD (inattentive kind)
*I take loads of meds, but they keep me stable
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Re: Positivity

Permanent Linkby Snaga on Fri Jun 24, 2016 4:40 pm

:)
Tell someone you love them today, for Life is short. But scream it at them in Klingon, for Life is also confusing and terrifying.

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