Ok guys, here is the situation. I feel like I am going to flip out. Literally. I usually start feeling like this around the time I have gone into my rages. I want to write a letter right now, while I am still somewhat in my right mind, saying that if I do lose control of myself and start flipping out on people, that I want them to call and have me hospitalized. Do you guys have any ideas on how I should word the letter? I want this done, because the last couple times I flipped out, the damage was horrible, and my family were the ones trying to calm me down instead of calling the paramedics and having them take me to the hospital. I would rather be hospitalized, than hurt my family again like I have in the past. I guess what I am asking is I want to make a plan just in case I do lose it, and I want to know how to go about making one? I have been dx for about a year, and I guess I have never really taken it this seriously before. I refuse to not take my meds, tho. I know those are the only things that have literally kept me alive for the last year, and I refuse to not take them. I start freaking out if I am like an hour late on taking them. Sorry I'm rambling now. I'll shut up. Any suggestions on how to make a plan of action just in case something happens would be wonderful. Thanks in advance guys.
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