Not much to say

I could go on how this job makes me so anxious and I’m getting no where with job hunting. I could go on about how I’ve been spending money foregoing bills and screwed myself over. But what for? I make the same maladaptive choices over and over. It just breaks your spirit and really what’s the point to it all? I’m not feeling suicidal so that’s a plus and I’m not hopeless. I just wonder if i can change?

8 thoughts on “Not much to say

  1. One step at a time. Make a list of things that you feel you need to change to make your life easier or make you feel better. Attempt to work on just one. Take your time with it. Change can take a long time, especially if you are holding yourself back. I’m working on this myself so I completely understand the roadblocks you are facing.

  2. Spending money you don’t have and neglecting bills can be a sign of a manic or mixed state. You have been coming off Abilify before starting Latuda so abrupt shifts are something to look out for.
    People can change and we can all become better versions of ourselves but if our meds are in flux or failing,sometimes the behaviors are a symptom,not a character flaw. πŸ’œ

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