Too good not to reblog. And as someone living with mental illness, I heartily concur with her sentiments.
“So how do you feel?”
“Better. Good. I mean, I still cry a half dozen times a day…”
“What makes you cry?”
“Oh, you know. News stories. Stuff I read on the web. Every single time I watch Frozen.”
“But that is just who you are.”
It was a throwaway comment on the part of my therapist. At the moment I didn’t realize how much it would affect me. “That is just who you are.” The new medication is going well. And yet I am still who I am. What a tremendous relief.
One of the reasons the mentally ill are loathe to try drugs is because they don’t want to become someone else. They don’t avoid drugs because they think that their crazy defines them, or makes them unique, or gets them attention which are the reasons a lot of people assume are behind drug reticence. It is because…
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