Have you investigated Bi-polar? Are you BP1 or BP2? Read up on it and see if you agree. All I know is one Pdoc can read your symptoms one way the next another.
My last trip to the hospital, I was diagnosed with BP2. I completely disagreed with the diagnosis & asked my Pdoc - she didn't agree with diagnosis either & stuck with Personality disorder NOS (with a strong leaning towards borderline).
It all depends on who's reviewing your symptoms. As long as you agree that this diagnosis fits your symptoms, then learn the treatment opportunities for you.View Thread
I like Misty's suggestion to put it off for a day or two to allow your nephew to get better. Other than that, I don't have a lot of recommendations for you. Just talk it over with hubby and make a family decision.View Thread
CJ - First off, I hoe you treated your wounds properly,
Try to remember thoughts and feelings are not facts & you don't have to act on them. SH is a very difficult coping mechanism to give up because it has worked for you. The next time you start getting upset, try using the coping mechanisms you learned in IOP.
SB - It sounds as though you want to lose the hate, not you. Have you tried meditation. I know you tried prayer, did you ask God to remove the hate from your system? You are not a loser, you are a loving member of this community. (((((((((((((((SB)))))))))))))))View Thread
SB - I'm with OTW & Kitty on this. If you, in general, like her then talk to her. Tell her how humiliating it is to be mocked in the one place that should be safe. If you don't like her general, I'm with Bonnie, report her. Because this conduct is beyond unprofessional, it's harming to the patient. I know with your HMO it's difficult to get a T, but if you decide you want to leave her, Report her to your HMO as well. Insurance companies keep a record of complaints & if they become too many, they drop the provider. Above all, there is no need to harm over this! Her actions are wrong - no need to hurt yourself - you've done nothing wrong.View Thread
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