About Me: Male, 43, Abbottstown, PA, member since Aug 2009
I am recently DX'd with mental illness, with 6 different DX's, such as bipolar I, schizoaffective, PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, and Depression with suicidal ideations. I am still learning about these DX's, it's a lot to learn, and to be thou
[More]gh of as this mentally ill. I attend a outpatient hospitalization 3 days a week, and comp. DBT therapy once a week. They are still working on my medications, haven't found a combination that works well yet. Either I sleep for 12 hours at a time, or I sleep for 3 days at a time. Neither of there are acceptable to me. So we are still working on this. On top of these mental issues, I have physical issues as well to deal with. I have back pain, I have a hernia to deal with, and neck pain, and knee pain. Boy, what a life. So that is a little about me. I am easily approachable, so if anyone has any questions, feel free to contact me.
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