Monthly Archives: July 2013

Losing A Child (Part 2)

I made a call to Children’s Services as I was feeling at the end of my rope. Mentally, I was a mess. I had already endured one psychotic break and was hospitalized and I could feel myself falling apart again. … Continue reading

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Losing A Child

I’ve lost a child. I haven’t lost him due to death, but the pain and heartache are certainly as horrible as if it were. This is a very long story, but if you’ve got a moment or two, I’d like … Continue reading

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A New Me

Exciting day today! Starting my third (and last) module for DBT this afternoon. “Interpersonal Relationships” – I am looking forward to gaining even more skills and perhaps some new and helpful insights into myself. It’s also meeting a new group … Continue reading

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Monday Monday

Where was I last Monday? Well I would have to say that I was miserable and lonely as I was fighting with my husband. We finally started to make some progress in resolving our disagreement by Tuesday afternoon and even … Continue reading

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I’m Good Today

Feeling good today! Yeah!! Often times I find myself writing when I’m in darker times and I think it’s because I find it therapeutic to write my feelings and thoughts down to help cope with them. But today, in the … Continue reading

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Supporting Each Other

When you are going through a particularly distressing experience, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that this battle too will end and you will still be at 100% for your track record. I want to tell you about … Continue reading

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BPD and Its Impact

Living with a mental illness impacts everybody in the family. Often, these illnesses carry a genetic component to them, which means in all likelihood the person with the diagnosis often has family members with similar histories who were probably never … Continue reading

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