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  "Because I have dual diagnosis, with BPD with dissociation and PTSD" (C791)

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aTinaL"To me, Mdjunction comes down to motivation. The support and information I have found here motivated me to take a very proactive stance regarding my illness. This led me to find medication and doctors that are giving me my life back.
More important than even the motivation, though, is the friendship I have found at MDJ. I have made some of the best friends of my entire life right here in this group. Even though most of us have never met, it feels as if we have known each other for years.
If Angels walk among us, and I believe that they do, most of them are here at MDJ.
" (aTinaL)

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bbsuperstah where i put my thoughts ??


Sep 03 2010
I like how I told my stepmom what's actually going on with me, and she agreed I needed to see someone and told me she would look into her connections at work. (Which are easy to get to because sheasked me if I wanted to see someone last year and explained how easy this was.) Yet, two weeks have passed. No, MORE than two weeks have passed and not a goddamn word has been said on the matter. Not by her, OR my father, who I'm sure she told. I really fucking like it when I'm left behind to fend for myself. Forgotten as always.

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written by SillyOMe, September 04, 2010
It's very discouraging when you ask quietly for help and no one does anything. They say that the squeaky wheel gets the oil.. so try talking to them again. We all get caught up in our own lives and problems and forget others sometimes. I hope you get an appointment and some help soon! I know I hate asking twice for things.

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