Things have been bad lately, very bad. I am not on medication because everything I have tried in the past couple of years seems to give me worse side effects than the symtoms I originally had. I know I probably need to be on medication though. I am not in therapy and really other than work and take care of my kids I don't do much. So I guess I would probably say I am not doing much to help my recovery. Can anyone give me any insight into getting on the path to recovery? Treatments, therapies or anything that really helped you get by or is currently helping you. I know I need to focus and get on the right path. I have just been trying so long to ignore that I even have these problems. Oh and just in case I didn't mention I have BPD and bipolar disorder. Thanks.
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