Oh shit

I think I’m manic. I just spent a lot of money and i don’t care other then to journal here. I honestly kept trying to talk myself out of it with no luck. I think I’m done now though. Plus i ran out of money to pay bills. I feel numb to it. I was very paranoid earlier today that hasn’t happen in a long time. That should have been a sign. Ugh why didn’t i recognize it during therapy today?

11 thoughts on “Oh shit

      1. Oh, wicked dreams can certainly do a number on me sometimes. It was only maybe two weeks ago, I was thrown off so badly, I was barely functional. I kept making mistakes, couldn’t form thoughts, basically, I was all over the realm of strange.

  1. I’ve done this before. I can’t say that it’s a good feeling, after the fact. I’m sorry. Is there a possibility of returning it?

  2. As soon as I notice an overspend I get my credit card limits reduced or give them all to my wife. A year and a bit later I’m still trying to pay them off. Hope you pull up from the nose dive x

  3. Someone told me it’s a full moon today on twitter when I said I felt manic and a bit high and it does affect people…

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