WOW..what a difference 3 days can make and a little med adjustment!!! After friday nite when my mood swings were really getting the best of me(I was ready to end my vacation in Colorado early)I was really looking to Him for help..BIG TIME!!! I did sleep a good eight hours that night,and when i got up it came to me to TRY adding 50mg. seroquel to my med cocktail,I already take 100mg.at night time for sleep,and the doc in the past had told me to take 50 in the morning too,but I was smokin weed at the time and figured I didnt need it. Well I am glad to say that it has evened me out big time! I had a chat with my ex on the phone today,and was able to stay very calm,and he answered questions that I needed answered. He reminded me of a couple things I had forgot about before i left him. One was that it was a "mutual" decision..I had totally forgot about that conversation we had before I left. And he doesnt blame me at all for the break-up,he knows he had his faults also. I always have to remember(very hard at times)that He has a plan for me..and everything happens for a reason:)Things seem so much more manageable for me...and my anxiety is wayyyyy down..so that means less xanax!!!YAY!!!!!!
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