hmm, i wonder. as many of you know, i chose to wean myself off my meds. my plan was to do this slowly and tell noone. however i got many responses from people here to tell the pdoc. i told a few friends for support. got none. they all said i better stay on them. no support whatsoever from any one of my friends or family. i tell tdoc yesterday, and she spent the whole time talking about how important it is I do not do that. and finally tell pdoc's nurse today that i have already started weaning myself last week and need some smaller pills to continue on. and her nurse gets quite rude with me saying how bad of an idea it is and how the pdoc is not gonna be happy and how scary i am when i'm not on meds. it was like there was no reasoning with her. if i do not believe i have bipolar, why cant i remove myself from the medication? why does everyone have to make me feel exceptionally guilty?? even the ones i thought would be supportive are not at all. i kinda feel upset by this. does anyone else have this happen to them?
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