Self sabotage

Meds are working as best they can.  I don’t feel depressed or without joy.  Yet as usual they are not a cure for bipolar.  Nor are they able to “fix” self sabotage or maladaptive thinking patterns. 

I know I’ve been talking of change a lot.  I just want to use this good med cocktail to my advantage.  I can’t seem to get momentum to actually start the process. Life is flashing by and for what?

2 thoughts on “Self sabotage

  1. Starting anything can be hard. I hesitated on going back to therapy for a few months. Then my first day back i couldn’t stop crying and I have no idea why. I left drained. But, the next day I felt lighter. A cycle I’m sure to repeat. Stay well.

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