Who is there own worst enemy by thinking to much. I know I get into trouble if I dwell to long on stuff, it leads to making bad decisions like thinking I don't need my meds or maybe I do not have BPDO. THen I say well I can cut this med or that one. I can go drink a little. This type of thinking leads me to trouble so I try to keep very busy with whatever keeps my mind occupied like, DS, cleaning, exercising, running errands, whatever. I have learned this from my last couple of crashes. If I stay busy I have a better chance of staying on track plus I get more done that makes me feel good and reinforces having structure and a routine instead of floating along with to much time on my hands to dwell on negative stuff.
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