Hello all! Everyday is a new day and I hope you are embracing this one. I recently saw a movie called "Crazywise". I found it through the free Kanopy app my library offers. Bits and pieces of it can be found on Youtube.
Anyway, the premise is that when we have our experiences (which others call crazy), it signals a transition that in traditional cultures may be worked through with a shaman or spiritual guide. I encourage you all to find someone to help you through your "crazy"
I also believe that in my moments, I was genuinely reaching out for help and my "normal" family and friends did not know how to help me.
As I get older, I do my best to filter my thoughts and actions through trusted friends/family to gain perspective. I'm not medicated with prescription drugs. I use fish oil, cognitive behavior therapy, and other holistic treatments.
Let's be wise!
Has anyone ever been to a clinic that they're going through to get services and you become good friends with the people that go there and you find drama and nonsense in the mix are some ways I can deal with avoiding that situation?
Hey hey!So, I'm coming out of a 3 week low. I don't think I am in a mania. My new PDoc has adjusted my meds and I think that it is working. I'm starting to get school work done and I went to disability services to see if I could tweak my accommodations and they can. My grades are not the best right now but all is not lost (so I hope). I’ve started knitting again and I feel a lot better!...