A powerful reminder that finding the balance in mental health is an ongoing struggle. What works can stop working, and often what benefits us in one way can cause us problems in others
The last several months haven’t been the most stable for my mental illness. I had a “small” psychotic relapse yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately this was at least my fifth breakdown since last summer and the second just in the last six weeks. Things haven’t been stable and what I’m doing to minimize these relapses is no longer working. I called my psych doctor and I’m now on the waiting list for an open appointment session. I think I’m going to probably go back to my old medications. They worked much better than what I’m on right now. On the old medications I was on for at least six years I probably had only one or two relapses in an entire year, usually in late August or early September. And even then the relapses weren’t as vicious as they are now.
I am afraid that changing medications could sink my attempts to…
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