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Re: There's a name for that behavior

Posted by corafree on October 11, 2006, at 16:16:15

In reply to There's a name for that behavior corafree, posted by Racer on October 10, 2006, at 21:43:42

Okay, I'm beginning to see what is really going on here, tks to you all.

Maybe he's not taking his Depakote as prescribed because of weight gain and 'the slug feeling'.

And, yes, or no, I can't be around him when he is manic, which is 'often ... very often'.

So, his wanting me to 'marry him and commit to him' just isn't possible.

He jumps w/ speed from here to there in 'his own little world' and it doesn't bother those peeps so much (afa I know, since they won't speak to me), 'his mother, brother, co-worker', but it does me. It's their call to get him help, not mine.

His behavior makes me a nervous wreck!

I don't like that in myself. I don't like that I am limited in what I can handle, but I'm realizing I must face my limitations.

Just one more ? ... Seroquel and Topamax ... Is this an anti-psychotic and mood stabilizer combo, and if so, which is which?

And, I am feeling so much worse back on an AD. Sleeping till noon or later!? Going off today!!!

love, cf


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