After picking up yet another medication from the pharmacy today, my husband looks at me with this disgusted look and says "you take a million medications, what, you had to wait until you were 35 before you needed all of them?" I said no, that I self-medicated for 35 years with alcohol and now that I'm not doing that anymore I sought help for the reasons I was self-medicating. He doesn't understand BP at all, won't even attempt to understand and there is no support at all. What to do when there is no support? Wait til the bastard finds out I have ADD too..hahaha. One more medication to take!
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