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KaitlinM

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How are some ways you cope other than medication

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    • Insane_Llama

      669d

      If your comfortable, joke about it. I make jokes about mine all the time, for me it helps alot

    • Insane_Llama

      669d

      If your comfortable, joke about it. I make jokes about mine all the time, for me it helps alot

    • sun.rise

      672d

      Having a journal where u can write down how u feel and what ur experiencing can help alot to and see the patterns and next time u have one u know what's causing it, also staying g away from cafinated drinks like coffee and soda make the episodes happen less frequently

    • romdam

      674d

      Be very careful with therapy. It can make it worse in more ways than one

    • Or

      674d

      For me, routine, scheduling (kind of loosely, like goals that I don’t always complete but keeps me on a good track), trying to get a sleep schedule (for me, my body does not naturally get tired into about midnight, so that’s when I take my meds which put me to sleep. Time doesn’t matter as much as sleep itself), building relationships with people you love and trust (I go for quality over quantity 100%), therapy helps me, too. A lot of it is just lifestyle. The rest is coping skills which I go to therapy for help with. Also, don’t bottle things up.

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