It all started on Friday when my doc changed my bipolar meds. Somehow I managed to lose my pill case this morning, arrived at work, and was unable to take my morning dose. Anyhow, that's not the worst of it. I really overdid it this weekend trying to get all our end-of-the-year finances straightened out for all of hubby's businesses. So I'm starting out the week a little shaky. Then yesterday my hubby kicked my oldest son (17) out of the taekwondo school where he is an assistant instructor because of his poor attitude. To top it all off I find out today that my middle son has in school suspension for his *third* sexual harassment incident this year. He's trying to convince me he didn't play nearly as big of a role as the principal seems to think he did but I think he's lying (not unusual) and grounded him even longer for that. Its not so much that I'm craving alcohol right now but I really want to escape from my emotions and that is one sure-fire way to do it. I've been to another board trying to help a newcomer. I'll call my sponsor here in a bit. I would have went to a meeting after work but I had to get home to deal with my son. Tomorrow over lunch is a definite go. Anyhow, I just wanted to share with some people who understand. Its all just a bunch of little stuff but its starting to add up.
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