This is what bugs me about me. I'm all about reaching out when crisis hits, when it settles, I go back to la la land. I have done this with every challenge in my life. I've dealt with major depressive episodes, eating issues, and now Bipolar. Things have improved, or they are stable, or whatever the word is, and now it is becoming hard for me to stay connected to my resources. I hate that about me. I want to stick with something even when things are "good" -Notice, I am very unsure of what word to call what is going on right now. I don't feel as on guard, in fact, I am all about the love now. I'm happy! My hubby very much resembles the man I fell in love with. The bad feels like a distant memory. I am very good at compartmentalizing.. What do you do when things are good? What should I be doing now? Now that things are good, this would be a good time for you to_______- what is the missing word? Can anyone relate and tell me their experience.
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