So my dear mother stumbled upon my Lorazapan and was disconcerted that I take it for my insomnia. I rarely use it because of it's addictive qualities. One thing leads to another and she's treatening to kick me out if I don't stop taking it. I bark back that I'm under doctor's supervision but out and I'm not addicted. What am I supposed to do suffer through a night of sleeplessness when I can take one and be done with it. So we're in to day three of this fight. She wants me to contend to her wishes. But I say no. It's enough having insomnia (like tonight for instance). Let alone getting rid of a temporary aid in this problem. I feel so unsupported and angry with how she's being.
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