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Inpatient for real this time
jmpoet posted:
I've made the decision to admit myself, they actually have a bed available (no small miracle) and I'm just waiting for the final call so I can head over there.

I'm packed, with a notebook and some bipolar informational books. That's about it. I feel pretty empty and zoned out (am on Xanax right now).

That's all for now, for awhile...take care everyone.
ddnos responded:

I hope the best for you during your stay at the hospital, and that you come back home with some new tools to help you cope and renewed hope!

Let us know how things go when you return!

Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
slik_kitty responded:
good luck! hope you feel much better when you get out.

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