Getting Nowhere, Fast

How bad do I have to get, mentally, to get help?  Now I am bouncing off the walls in some kind of manic episode.(Not the first one, as of late.)  My daughter thinks that I am getting to be bi-polar — or maybe I have been all of this time but have been able to manage it.  But now it is all out of control.  We are still looking, but I am getting very discouraged.  I need to find someone who will both do therapy with me and help me manage my meds.

I’ll bet you didn’t know that I’ve really been crazy for all of these years.

If you read this and have any knowledge of available psychologists or psychiatric nurse practitioners who are still accepting new patients, please let me know.

I want to go to sleep and never wake up. (Don’t worry, I won’t do anything about that; it’s just how I’m feeling).

 

3 thoughts on “Getting Nowhere, Fast

  1. I’m assuming you want somebody close by? Or these days, maybe that doesn’t even matter! Can you do an Internet search? Do you read these replies? I am concerned, but the best I/we can do is Zoom – please let me know in any case!

    • I found an expert on circadian rhythms at Harvard and he immediately hooked me up with the Circadian Clinic at Beth Israel Hospital. He is leading me through the process. I’m getting an education. I just got my iron checked because they often have to give patients like me on on-site iron infusion. I received the stuff I need to do the saliva test to determine my current sleep pattern. It’s going to be a long process, but at least there’s light at the end. Yes, let’s Zoom. When can you. I can invite you if it will work easier.

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