Tag Archives: adhd

Life, the Universe & Everything

Feeling tired, run down and grumpy this week. Focusing on good things: My house is 85% unfucked. All that’s left for the upstairs is a brutal purge of my library, of which I’ve already completed stage one. I’m getting rid … Continue reading

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What’s the Opposite of Domestic Goddess?

I have feelings and introspections to share and confessions to make. What I don’t have is time. I have a new roommate starting on Tuesday and I haven’t even started cleaning my house. I know that doesn’t seem like such … Continue reading

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Drugged Up & Bloody

Just got back from being stabbed with needles. Always a good time. I had to fast for 12 hours beforehand (more like 15 because I wasn’t hungry last night and I really regretted that this morning!) and I came within … Continue reading

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Dr. Hockey, Hockey Doctor

Another doctor’s appointment this afternoon, probably going to ratchet up the Lamictal to 100mg. This is getting close enough to the therapeutic does that I’m really hoping to get stable. Even stable-ish. This roller coaster shit is exhausting. More importantly, … Continue reading

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Ten-You-Us (at best)

Lamictal makes me nauseous, Concerta makes me not want to eat. Together I am hungry, nauseated and completely repulsed by the idea of food. The not-hungry will go away in a couple of weeks if I follow the same pattern … Continue reading

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Quick Update

I’ve been a queasy, vomiting mess for the last couple of days (stomach bug, not a side effect, as far as I can tell) but otherwise things are pretty good. Last Thursday’s positive events really helped me snap out of … Continue reading

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I GOT MY CONCERTA BACK

I think the new shrink is actually going to be a good one. He understands the intersectionality and grey areas of mental illnesses, including mitigating factors. He mentioned, without prompting, that “symptoms” can sometimes be personality traits. He hates checklists! … Continue reading

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