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Re: Dinah, how are you tonight? happyflower

Posted by Dinah on June 17, 2006, at 17:21:34

In reply to Dinah, how are you tonight?, posted by happyflower on June 17, 2006, at 16:33:26

Thanks Happyflower.

Again, thank heavens for Risperdal. I woke up with very dark thoughts, but a couple of hours after taking my max dose of Risperdal I felt well enough to do some work, and also do some stuff around the house. I just need to make sure I keep taking it regularly at maximum dose.

I know that what I want to do tomorrow is to ask him when he knew. I have planned out in my mind to describe what date I want to know if it was before or after, and how to tell him why it's important for me to know.

I've also practiced telling him why it *is* a big deal. Much bigger this time than when he usually does it. Because even if he had told me last Sunday about it, it wasn't too late to move at all. It was too late to move without a big price tag, but we could have still moved. Now we can't. Our bridges are burned. And if I had known last Sunday I would have tried to make sure we moved. Because the only insurmountable reason for staying was the promise of future stability in therapy.

So I've got it all planned out.

Of course, when I have it all planned out, it all goes terribly wrong. I've already apologized to my husband for ruining his fathers day. He's being pretty nice about it. But he's kind of angry that I'm so upset about not moving, because it makes him feel like he did the wrong thing. Poor man.




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