I am home. I went to the hospital this morning and checked in and within 4 hours checked out. It was not for me, I started to feel very threatened and scared. I think the best place for me is here with my family. They released me, but recorded that it was against there wishes. They made sure my husband was comfortable with me coming home and I was allowed to leave under the condition that I would see my p-doc and therapist once a week until I get my meds straightened out. I was feeling better most of the day and am now feeling a little down, but I will get through. They say I'm not a compliant patient and I know this is true,but it's hard not to be this way. I spoke with my doctors today and we aregoing to work on a better plan for me to keep me safe and get me better, while being able to remain at home. I am a bit scared and trying to keep faith in myself. I need to make this work this time. Thank you to everyone who sent me messages and hugs, it has meant so much.
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