The holiday season is now past, and I am grateful to move forward. It was the worst holiday season than I ever imagined or thought it could be without my mom (or dad). My mom (64 years young) was bipolar and and I took her to the hospital for medication adjustment after she tinkered with her meds. She never came out. Everything that could go wrong, DID go wrong and she died in my arms. Tinkering can be deadly, if you dont want to not tinker with your meds for yourself, please consider those you may leave behind. Still loving and missing you mom, you are forever in my heart.
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