It's not hypocrisy. It could be a mixed states episode or something else equally as valid
I agree with John, it's totally valid. Some disorders are defined by rapid changes in mood and general outlook. You are not alone.
Well, my disorder is defined by rather slow mood changes... And I'm more or less used to that. I know what helps me trough depressive episodes, I learned to let go and enjoy hypomania. But what's happening now is just confusing...
Listen to yourself instead
I don't think that such thing as “myself” exists at the moment. I just have broken pieces of “me”. All of them want different things.
I have often described myself in such a way, too. I was diagnosed with DID. Might help you a bit if you give it a Google. Stay strong.
One therapist once thought so too. I spent a year on therapy trying to collect myself together. Now I think it's not a problem itself, just a symptom and a defence mechanism that keeps me functional. But it makes it harder to sort out my feelings..
You're right, it does make it harder. For me it started to get a bit easier though once I accepted it. There are many parts of me that want different things. I can't please everyone all the time. And that's ok.
It can be real tough at times, but also real beautiful. I try to think of it as the ability to have a deep, internal debate with different people. Having more than one perspective on things is useful.
That does sound beautiful.. I'll think about it. Thank you, Max.
pretty ***ty here too :(
But tomorrow is only a day away :)
Выбирайся потихоньку Ада,шаг за шагом ,я тоже постараюсь.спокойной ночи.
Ann, спасибо) Тебе тоже удачи)
Here for you. Hang in there.
Thanks. It really helps
My new year's resolution is to be more present and stop filling every second of my life with meaningless information(like Reddit and TV-shows I watch for the 20-th time). I hope it'll help me with my nothing-matters feeling.
С Новым годом, Аня🥳
Алла мое настоящее имя,спасибо🥳
How'd you all get vaccinated already?