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I'm working on regaining control on things, and no I do not want to hurt my kids, support groups are hard to come by around here, they don't have any for S-I er's. I have used our local crisis line before. I just have a lot going on inside right now that I'm not to sure about. I'm trying to piece things together, feelings I don't understand.View Thread
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Just when I was regaining my independence again with a new used car I go and total it, with only having in 2 and a half months it was no match for a jag. thank God that my kids weren't hurt, just shook up. As for me very sore, and trying not to turn it inward on myself, which has been happening more lately, they upped my Depakote by another 500 mg. two weeks ago, causing me to feel like the world is going on without me, I can't operate, nor feel any emotions, A week ago If I was asked if I was driving while on pain meds I would have said yes, But not today when i had the accident, I was clean, I don't want my kids involved with any S I issues i might be having, it's my life thats screwed up, they don't deserve to be hurt. I'm the one out of control. View Thread
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First if you don't know anything about Sh educate yourself. And if you are let her know she is not alone. that your there for her, family support is very important. I know I am a survivor of Sh, I deal with it every day of my life. I guard my kids as best I can so they won't follow in my footsteps, And from time to time when things get out of sorts I still backslide but I'm no longer ashamed of my Sh sickness. She if she will talk to someone about whats going on in her life, above all don't give up on her, If she makes up excuses as to the marks on her let her know you will be there when she's ready to talk.View Thread
I'm glad to be back on, My world was lost without being able to seek advice from people that care and understand what I go through without being judged. they way things are going I need my family here, I'm used to small episode but not the big multi ones I'm having lately. I did talk with my T and I'm fighting this battle the best way I'm able to at the moment. THANKS. sittingbull594 and slik_kitty'sView Thread
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Nopoin got lost in the computer world, lowdown reamerged,
My S-I been on a progressive path up until three days ago, I had to change my medicine taking time in the evenings cause I almost caused me to be slapped with a DUI, I been on the same meds same times for over six months, why did the police try this crap now? I had my kids with me. Tonight I had a interest in combining my Depakote er with another drug, IS IT JUST ANOTHER WAY TO SI OR IS IT PART OF MY MANIC EPISODE ? AND SHOULD I HAVE MY GUARD UP OR JUST WAIT TO SEE IF IT PASSES?View Thread
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