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09/13/2009 09:42 PM

acting like a spaz...going from thing to thing

mariel24hPosts: 1136
Senior Member

Hello friends,

I have been keeping my mood journal (like all of us good bipolars do)Tongue And I have been today kind of a spaz. I have been doing one thing and then another, throwing out a dessert and making a new dessert, just acting spazzy. However my husband says I should not analyze it too much because that makes me even more crazy....... What are your thoughts? Any out there ever get spazzy?????


09/13/2009 10:53 PM
bagofcandyPosts: 1259
Senior Member

Are you going to call your ob/gyn tomorrow morning? Please do before making the spazzyness turns into a manic episode or something.

09/13/2009 11:49 PM
Posts: 683

i find the more i analyze, the more of a kick in the bum it is for the racing to start. We may not be able to stop the racing, but we can sure avoid the things that may make us start!

09/16/2009 10:49 PM
crazyblondePosts: 360

Jsut keep making the desserts and throwing them away. at least it is not dangerous. If you think too much you WILL get in some sort of jack pot.

What kinds of deserts to you make? I feel like eating some cake now. Got any good recipes to share with me?

09/21/2012 11:35 AM
Posts: 10
New Member

I went through a manic but sloppy cleaning binge this morning. I could barely catch my breathe as I roved from room to room sweeping, cleaning up after this blasted foster puppy, etc. I looked and felt horrible and was doing a terrible job. Rather than just lying down, I had to finish (and place clean bedding) before I would. Well, I did. No harm came of it. Actually I feel nice right now. The most manic thing I am doing is exploring this forum, which I just joined--my first bipolar forum.

Thanks for being here, all of you. I can't believe I was trying to do this alone.


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