Today my father surprised me with news, good news, and since then I've been feeling a little, euphoric, almost like I'm high. Everything feels... wavy... I told my psychologist and she's a little worried. I figure I'm going to call my psychiatrist and tell her and hope she doesn't ridicule me like she's done before. I took half a Clonopin since I got here to my dad's office. Slowly making me feel better. Anyone know how to tell you're going into mania for sure? I have racing thoughts and like I said I'm feeling euphoric but I AM sleeping well. Atleast since last night. Do do-do do do!
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