My therapy conditioning says that this post belongs on the Bi-Polar board. It may end up there yet, but. . . By my own just-a-patient senses, my bi-polar symptoms and PTSD symptoms are part of the same strictly personal psycho brew.
I am in the midst of a four generation gang bang: my mother/hubby's father, hubs and myself, middle-aged children and grandchildren. Every player is a mixture of good and bad news and the sheer quantity of variables is whelming. This morning finds me feeling manicky to beat the band, hopping hither and tither in frantic attempts fo get everything done yesterday. Plying therapy tools. . . The "Guit-chi" has been especially helpful.
Again, I am uncertain what I am reaching for here. Thoughts, rambles and reality checks welcome.
Hello everyone, Thank you in advance for reading my post. I am a full-time older student (40's) and solo parent (single mom by choice). Until recently I was able to hold it all together with stress and anxiety. But recently having my 3.5 year old home 24/7 with no relief and no daycare due to COVID. Today 6/1 was the first time in 13 weeks..he has returned to daycare. I also failed (50%) my...
By now, I'm sure the title has caught the attention of everyone. It's the top three areas of my life that I find the most anxiety with. I've struggled through the parenting. Starting a family, raising children and ultimately a divorce have all affected me in great ways. Some greatly negative and some greatly positive. As optimistic as it may sound, there's likely a lot more...