Well, I sure have been ignoring my blog lately. It's been like, what? Six days, by my count. So much for the daily entries I promised myself I'd make. Guess I can get in touch with my inner-self on a part-time basis. Better than nothing. My husband took a few days off from work. We got a lot done. Accomplished many little tasks, little errands that needed to be taken care of. It's hard for me to do certain things on my own, as I do not have a car. Hopefully that'll change. Sideline: A f
Get this one...today I told my mother about my blog. What was I freakin' thinkin'?! Although I have yet to write about any issues concerning her, I most certainly will! My mother, whom, coincidentally, is a good mom and friend, has a rather difficult time dealing with my schizoaffective disorder. Sometimes I think she's started her own chapter of MADD - Mothers Against Depressed Daughters. I know in my heart that she is on my side, but it is, at times, a blurry line she walks. My mother w
What an awful day! I've been so down lately. My mother-in-law, with whom I don't get along, is in the hospital. She was released only 2 weeks ago after a 3 week stay. Now she's been admitted once again with congestive heart failure. Last time she left the hospital against her doctor's wishes. She's about to do leave again. I understand that she wants to go home, but she's not well enough to be home. Besides her heart, her weight is a concern. She weighs a mere 83 pounds. 83 pounds!!!
Hello all! Welcome to my blog! This is my very first blog, by the way. Allow me to tell you a little about myself. I'm a married 36-year-old woman. I don't have children, but I do have an overly spoiled dog who might as well be my baby. I've suffered from mental illness since childhood, but wasn't diagnosed until 2000. Turns out I have schizoaffective disorder. I pretty much have the delusions under control, but the depression and anxiety remain an ongoing battle. I've suffered a major se