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How Long Did It Take To Realize That You Are Still Not Well? (Week Seven)

This is a challenging one.

Psychiatrists want you to take their meds, and they expect you to feel great when you do.

They don’t understand, at times, when you don’t feel so great (or at least they don’t let on like they do).

I’ve known for quite awhile that I am not well, but I also know that I’ve made (and am making) improvements.

And, that is one reason I know the meds work, by giving me a chance to manage my illness.

All in all, do you feel well? How is your day to day impacted by your illness?

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