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So I thought I had passed all the pain of my memories and yet for the past several weeks I have had a lot of body memories. Dr.B told me that I am probably having another memory trying to surface. yuk
My suicidal thinking is very high. I think I have found a place on the interstate where I could simply drive off into an abyss but there is too much traffic. Dr.B said that was good and I told him no, it is not good.
I told Dr.B I am ready to go to every other week and he looked at me with shock. He said with your suicidal rate so high, you expect me to let you go? He asked, "what do I do with your suicide desire?" So I am going back to see him weekly.
The thing is, I am not sure what he can do to help me. Inpatient? No way. I'll do IT someday.
There was an internet article about how certain meds can give you a lot fatigue. I take several of them. Now I won't complain anymore about not having any energy.
I'm strong willed and I tell it like it is. I make mistakes, I'm sometimes out of control, but I love and give with all my heart. Have patience with me as I heal.
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