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Re: Tolerating Ambiguity

Posted by Angela2 on May 9, 2008, at 10:53:08

In reply to Tolerating Ambiguity, posted by llurpsienoodle on May 9, 2008, at 8:18:25

> Sorry for rambling.
> Here's an outline of the post
> 1. tolerating ambiguity- psychopharmacological support
> 2. lifestyle modifications to improve motivation
> 3. where to go next in therapy?
> 1. Wellbutrin has been very good for my anxiety. I have come to speculate that the anxiety stemmed from apathy to choose between two competing alternatives (what should I do- get dressed or stay in bed and play on babble). Well, now I can decide and I DO decide to get up and get dressed (and THEN play on babble :)
> 2. Aside from the medication, I'm wondering what I can do life-style-wise to help me get ready for a busy summer -- I'll be working 2 jobs starting in 2 weeks, and doing babysitting too.
> 3. How can therapy help me with that? I feel like most of therapy in the past few months has been aimed at me a) accepting that I have emotions, which are strong occasionally, and swing from one pole to the other; b) stop beating myself up that I have psychiatric symptoms; c) support for when my kitty got hit by a car
> Tolerating ambiguity in life- choosing between alternatives
> Tolerating ambiguity in therapy- not really having an "agenda" since symptom management is going well, and life is going well too... (well, I can always talk about self-injury. ugh)
> anyhoo...
> musings? reactions?
> -Ll

Maybe you could make some type of goal for yourself everyday. Each day you could do a little more.
Llurps, I totally understand the non motivated thing. It is something I am trying to work on as well.




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