Kairi

271d

I haven’t been feeling like myself. And last year, I felt great the whole year honestly. So I wrote stuff in notebooks. Like my glimmers and stuff. And I wrote them so that way when I’m in a bad mood for a longer period of time, I can remind myself on my good feelings. So I’m looking at them now, and trying to feel good hurts my brain. My good memories hurt my brain and make me dizzy. Does anyone know what this means?

Bipolar Disorder

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  • Deborah

    271d

    Have you been seen by a psychiatrist?

  • Kairi

    271d

    No I haven’t. I’ve been wanting to though. I don’t have the money

  • Deborah

    271d

    Check out MHAnational.org

  • Kairi

    270d

    Thank you 💕

  • beingnotseeming

    270d

    Sometimes good memories remind me of just how bad certain things were and that causes me to dissociate. Not sure if that’s the case for you but figured I’d toss it out there

  • Kairi

    270d

    Yeah..I think the good memories are reminding me of how bad things are right now. I feel like I’m stuck in this weird nexus. Like life right now is just not good

  • Deborah

    262d

    It sounds as if you are cycling between a depressive mood and euthymia (a relatively stable mood). This is not the same as bipolar disorder. Only a psychiatrist can diagnose and potentially medicate you properly.

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