I am a 41 year old mother of 3 boys. I've been DX'd with migraines, Bipolar Disorder, Schizo-affective Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, ADD, OCD. Isn't life grand. What gets me through? My children's laughter and smiles, and when they randomly give me a
[More] hug and say "I love you, Mom, everything'll be OK."
I also have Sudden Rage Disorder and Low Tolerance For BullSh!t Disorder. The latter one always sets off the former.
I am allergic to people who think they know it all. It ruins it for those of us who do.
"All you can do is ask. I've lost 15 lbs in a few months on this drug, (weight gained from all the lovely family of antipsychotics) and it has helped me greatly for my migraines and Bipolar, and I haven't had to take any other Bipolar med..."
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