Sleep: I want to go back to bed and it is only1800
Mood : Manic and angry
Plan: try to stay up and do a million thing that I have thrown around the house
I had lunch with my sister in law for her birthday. She is nice and has a good heart but she has NO CLUE ABOUT MY MENTAL ILLNESS. I am so angry. I mentioned that I was manic and that I was eatting and spending money like crazy. Her response was that it was better than being in the hospital. We have this long standing disagreement. She keeps telling me why don't I stop by. I have told her I am not going to stop by that I want to be invitied. I have said this a million this. She doesn' respect what I ask and makes me feel that it is all my fault. She invited me to thanksgiving but since last christmas whan her son video me saying I am the aunt we don;t talk about. I haven't been to another family,function. One reson was I told my nepher how hurt I was and all he said was he was only jokin. Never apoligize. I don' fit in that crowd, they all get drunk. I mean really drunk.I sorry I had to vent I am tired trying to get my family to understand.
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