Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Hard Road Ahead

Severe emotional dysregulation.

Potential high functioning on the autism spectrum.

No brilliant ideas as to how or why, just that they believe the disorder to have been there since birth.  

There are no great therapies or meds for the treatment of any of these, so I am considering just never leaving my room again.  But that would be a poor example for my beloved chronic illness readers. 

I am going to get my brain power back and I am going to get these things on track.  I'm a poet apparently.

I would take a picture of myself, but I haven't washed my hair, showered, or changed my clothes in days. Screams depression and whatnot. 

Okay, sorry for the crummy blog post today.  I'll be back in full force hopefully by tomorrow.

xoxo,
Annie

13 comments:

Jamee said...

Sending you much love and hugs!!!! I'm not in a very "safe" place today either with my illnesses. We can get through this together!!

elisabeth said...

*hugs*

Shelli said...

Hang in there, friend. I'm sorry it's a miserable day. Be gentle with yourself and watch something that makes you laugh. Hugs and prayers!

gracefulagony said...

I am here if you need me... and sending the biggest and softest hugs I can!
I know what it is like to have the rug ripped from underneath you hon... and I am sorry that you are going through this...
I am here to listen...
XOXOXO
Jolene

coffee said...

You're right, you ARE a poet! :D *hugs* So sorry you got bad news. Try to hang in there.

Krista said...

<3 Love you.

Annie said...

YOU ARE ALL AMAZING. Just so you know <3

Toni said...

Sending love your way, Annie, from California to PEI. Hang in there. Things WILL get better.

Dominique said...

Okay Annie. Are you reading my mind? and my emotions? We seem to be in the same spot!

Hang in there...better days are coming!

Mo said...

Hugs to my Annie!

Anonymous said...

Aw! *hugs*!

Elizabeth Kaylene said...

No need to apologize! It's your blog, and we love you! Feel better. xoxo

Reformed Anon. Girl in Pain said...

I'm autistic (high functioning as well) too. somedays it's hard to cope, other days are easier! Find what works for you and don't let the "neurotypicals" get you down!