Medication Evaluation

Yesterday was my long awaited med eval. My nifty new doctor had the same solution as my allergist, let’s double your meds! So, I guess I’m going to be happy if I like it or not. On the bright side, we ruled out me being bi-polar, but determined that my boyfriend is highly manipulative and toxic to my life. Overall, it was a productive hour and a half. We’re meeting again in a month to see how things are going.

My huge problem now… binge eating. I am stuffing my feelings down with everything in creation after my therapy sessions. I have gained a whopping 20 lbs in the last 2 months. I really wish I were over exaggerating. I’m at the point where my body is physically getting in my way and I’m at the highest weight I’ve ever been. It wasn’t really the new record that I was shooting for. It is hoped, with my new dosage, that I will be able to reign in my eating. In the mean time, I’m attempting to make healthy swaps. I’m not eating a bag of chips, I’m eating a pint of strawberries. I’m not eating fried foods, I’m eating unsalted nuts and banana chips. I’m not heading for the gallon of ice cream, I have a spoon (or several) of peanut butter. And root beer! Well, root beer beer. I found a spiced ale that tastes just like root beer and it is fabulous. I like to have a bottle while I make me do my homework. My homework is not going well. 1) I am typing on here instead of doing my paper. 2) My attention span is next to nothing right now. 3) I am so very sick of studying.

But still, I’m taking these very necessary steps to improve my mental health. I need it. I need it first. I am hoping that my physical health will be able to follow shortly.

3 thoughts on “Medication Evaluation

  1. Everything follows the mind and it seems that you need some new input. The sessions that you have are not long enought to provide you the change you need. Consider a new approach along with your current.

    Your self-talk is what needs to change. After that everything will be alright. A friend of mine does personal development and this seems like the perfect fit for you.

    She is not a doctor, but a woman with a beautiful heart.

    Clifford T Mitchem
    Advocare Distributor
    Nutrition + Fitness = Health

    • I am also seeing a therapist a few times a week. My only approach isn’t medication. Just like a single session isn’t enough to determine and meet all of my needs, neither is a single post. I am looking to improve things on several fronts and it will require a network of assistance along the way.

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