Do you ever look back at your life and feel like you have lost much of it to mental illness? 7 times in the hospital. I am 39 and I have nothing to show for all those years. Two failed marriages, failed relationships, failed attempts at college in my 20's, and not too many happy times. The struggle is huge and the rewards don't exist. I go to therapy weekly and take my meds. I have studied DBT for 2 years, lots of meds and therapy and I am still a mess. I can't meet a nice person to date so I am very lonely and just getting older. Is this all that my life will be? I am so scared.
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