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Good times

good times girl and butterfly“Don’t get too attached to the good times.”

That is what my psychiatrist told me a week and a half ago. I was going on about being interviewed for this article and being a blogger for that website and a member of this nonprofit and how everything was rosy.

4 thoughts on “Good times

  • October 27, 2013 at 5:27 pm

    Thank you, Elaina. This was very timely for me, and very helpful. Even though I so desperately want there to be an answer to why I suddenly nose-dive… there’s just not. But hearing it’s not me, and being reminded this dive will probably end soon… Thank you.

    • October 27, 2013 at 6:20 pm

      This “nose-dive” will rise up and level off. I know. I’ve been there. I am there. When you are down it is hard to imagine that life will ever be “normal” again, but it will. And then you will be so up that you can’t imagine that your life was ever down. So it is with bipolar disorder. The up and down. The black and white. To be honest, sometimes I am happy with a light gray. How ’bout you? Hang in there. I promise it will get better. Just keep getting up, take care of the pets, eat, sleep, bathe. Life will get better. I promise.
      Elaina J

  • November 1, 2013 at 11:21 pm

    My roller coaster is down at the moment, actually it’s stuck at the bottom of the track. I keep waiting for it to climb up… I think my roller coaster is rusted, broken, and forgotten to tell you the truth. Desiree Cart Dugas


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