I am curious to know what if anything has helped you prevent triggers from turning into actual manic episodes. I am on a waiting list to see a therapist because I cannot afford one due to being unemployed, and I have had the hardest time when I get triggered, trying to prevent it from going further. I have caused alot of damage in my relationship because of it. Despite all of the hell, my partner still is by my side being supportive and patient. Although it of course is starting to really take alot out of her and I hate seeing and knowing all of the damage I have caused. When I am triggered, my mind is racing and wants to screw with me big time and things escalate. What I wouldn't give for some serenity.
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