I'm newly diagnosed BP. I'm trying to establish a routine, but finding it a challenge with my disorganized family. I don't know how to do it. I'm trying to make changes to my diet. Especially since I have a ravenous appetite due to meds. I have had success with South Beach Diet in the past and found it easily becoming a lifestyle rather than a diet. However, not the easiest plan to feed a family, or my picky 18 year old sister. I have no problem with making my own meals, but I don't want to create issues with family. I'm also trying to establish a bedtime routine. Family makes fun of me for going to bed at 10. Like tonight for example I got involved in a tv show so I'm obviously not in bed. I guess every schedule needs a little wiggle room. I'm really am committed to making changes because I feel like I have control over BP instead of it controlling me.
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