Last week I was feeling really bad so I call my Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to see if what could be done. She asked if the manufacturer had changed and it had. I had a post about this a few days ago.
Long story short, my psychiatric nurse practitioner didn't get back to me so I did something I tried years ago when I was having problems with generic meds. I would take a capsule and divide in half. I would take the additional half once a day in addition to my regular meds. I figured the generics don't have as much medicine as the name brand because of the margin for error on generics.
It worked great for 2 or 3 days but yesterday that sneaky depression came back. I don't know if it's the meds. or something else.
I will call my Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner tomorrow and see if I can get a hold of her.
I've been on the fence about changing people but change makes really nervous these days.
My therapist mentioned this concept in our session yesterday."Distress Tolerance" - just on the face of it - it seems to makea lot of sense. We all face distressing issues at any or some point andit is important to understand how we handle it. Maybe we can choosehealthier ways to cope. Ways to effectively cope as well.I am just starting to research it and I found the following linkI just wanted...
So says my mind, yet my mind is not giving me a direction or information on the roads I need to travel. As with being a single parent, not knowing, then learning, yet still having no information nor direction on raising a child with aspergers.This second, third, fourth and on and on stages of my life seem to never come to a full stop, knowing who, what, purpose or direction to find those valuable...