Slipping, and sliding

I will see Dr. Barry on Wednesday of this week. I am so excited to see her. I havent seen her since the 14th of december.

I also will get my trevicta shot on Wednesday. I am badly in need of it. I can always tell when I am due because I become very symptomatic about a week before I am due to get the shot.

I am so glad I will be seeing Dr. Barry, because I don’t see Eileen for another week, not until the 9th.

I also won’t be talking to my CPN Sarah until the 11th.

I can sorta feel my mental health slipping a little, I feel rather out of sorts tonight. I am trying to stay positive, but I am starting to feel kind of low, and anxious, and a little eratic and unstable.

Oh well. It is what it is, there isnt anything I can do about it, what will be will be, its not like I can force myself to be ok, that would just be counter productive.

I’m just glad the holidays are finally over and I can get back to normal with seeing my team and getting the support that I need.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

12 thoughts on “Slipping, and sliding”

  1. Yeah, holidays are fun, but sometimes I guess the mere lack of structure and a lot going on can make your mental health slip as well. It’s good that you’ll be seeing your team again now and hopefully you’ll start feeling better from Wednesday on.

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