Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Zoloft

I like to think of myself as a strong person.
I can accomplish many things with determination and time.
 Many, but not all.

Once the idea of hurling myself off an overpass stared to look like an appealing option, I had to reevaluate.
Choosing the lesser of two evils, I've started Zoloft again.

Why is this any of your business?
It really isn't.

BUT
I believe that mental health is something that needs more attention in our society.
While not everyone is blessed (sarcasm) with a lifelong condition like my bipolar disorder, everyone struggles now and again.
Happy people can get depressed.
Such is life.

SO
I'm bipolar.
And I'm cool with that.

I'm still a fantastic mother.
I'm still a bangin' hot wife.
I'm still a crafty overachiever.

Let's be honest, crazy people are always more fun anyway.


Now enjoy some pictures of my beautiful children!

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2 comments:

Jazmin said...

Your kids are beautiful! And Zoloft rocks! Honestly, it has helped me sooo much, and has changed my views on mesication.

Mrs. Schmalison said...

Great post. I thinks its amazing to recognize when we need a little help. Now you're going to be even more awesome.