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    lowdown posted:
    CAUTION MAY TRIGGER.................................CAUTION......................


    Nopoin got lost in the computer world, lowdown reamerged,


    My S-I been on a progressive path up until three days ago, I had to change my medicine taking time in the evenings cause I almost caused me to be slapped with a DUI, I been on the same meds same times for over six months, why did the police try this crap now? I had my kids with me. Tonight I had a interest in combining my Depakote er with another drug, IS IT JUST ANOTHER WAY TO SI OR IS IT PART OF MY MANIC EPISODE ? AND SHOULD I HAVE MY GUARD UP OR JUST WAIT TO SEE IF IT PASSES?
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    slik_kitty responded:
    anything that causes harm to ourselves that we choose to do is a form of si. it isn't just cutting or scratching, it can take on many forms. don't just wait to see if it passes, get help.
     
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    sittingbull594 replied to slik_kitty's response:
    I think you should seek help right away. I couldn't agree with Kitty more!

    Thanks for letting us know you're back and stuggling. Break out of the mold you're in and fight for yourself. YOUR worth IT!
     
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    lowdown replied to sittingbull594's response:
    I'm glad to be back on, My world was lost without being able to seek advice from people that care and understand what I go through without being judged. they way things are going I need my family here, I'm used to small episode but not the big multi ones I'm having lately. I did talk with my T and I'm fighting this battle the best way I'm able to at the moment. THANKS. sittingbull594 and slik_kitty's
     
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    mandybutterflykiss replied to lowdown's response:
    First, I want to say that I am grateful that you and your children were unharmed and that you did not end up with a DUI.

    I am happy to hear that you are back... and that you are talking with your T. Take things slow... one day at a time...

    Be safe and be well.
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