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I'm back out again and feeling MUCH better. They took me off the Zoloft I'd been on for 15 years and put me on cymbalta. Seemed to make a big difference.

I'm home now.  Definitely doing better.  They actually wanted to keep me another day, but I was really wanting to come home.  They were nice.  We did yoga and mindfulness meditation outside.  They had

Terabith, I can't think of a single day of my life when I've lived up to my potential, and I have no known extenuating circumstances holding me back.    Big hugs to you, and I hope you're feeling be

Terebith, I am so sorry you are having such a rough time.  :grouphug:  :grouphug:  :grouphug: It is worth hanging in there. For some reason, it's just harder to get things balanced out this time. Thinking of you and praying for strength for you.

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Not super enthusiastic about day treatment. Not sure it will help much and can be inconvenient. Anyone know anything about it?

 

A hospital recommended day treatment for my dd one time. The program was 8:00 to 2:00 daily. I only remember it was more than one therapy session but I don't know more about it because we declined the treatment program.

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That's the disease talking. It's not all pointless, and things will get better. I dearly wish it wasn't taking this long, but you're doing a good job putting one foot in front of the other while you wait. That's what you need to do. You're being persistent, and that will help. I really hope you feel a turn around very, very soon.

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Sometimes it all just seems hopeless and pointless and like it's never going to get any better and overwhelming. And hard to hold on.

That is the illness itself speaking. It's the great thief of hope.

 

It can and will get better, hang in there. I'm so sorry everything is so hard right now :grouphug:

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It will get better. I know it is so hard, but it will get better.

 

Do you have another adult helping you in person, day to day? A dh, friend, parent? I'm glad you're seeing a professional every day. I wish I could offer in-person support, but I am thinking of you. You have more support out here than you will ever know.

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Yeah. I'm in Roanoke.

Ah, ok. I was thinking I could share info on the day program that DS used - it was mostly positive - but we are in No VA, so it won't be as useful. Bummer.

 

FWIW, day treatment was good for DS, a good transition from hospital to life and weekly therapy. Not perfect, but good.

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