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Old 09-23-2011, 11:07 AM #11
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Thank you, but i think it is too late for me.
I can't stand the how r u question. Everyone asks as if they really cared. So I answer back with the politicly correct asnwer and a fake smile. I'm good thank you. How r u? When inside my mind is saying, if they only knew. Anyways i have been struggling alot latley with my health and mental state, so here is a site that maybe can help me, i don't know, like I said, my mind is telling me its too late because I have totally ruined my health. I guess I look at this site tomorrow.
You have not posted in over a year ... I hope you are still out there somewhere.
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Old 09-23-2011, 11:18 AM #12
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To all! Has anyone read the recent NIMH research report linking mental health issues and physical issues to a shorten life span. I believe NAMI has an article on it. Have any of you been told this? I have! Looking forward to some responses on this issue.
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Old 09-23-2011, 11:53 AM #13
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I am going to "jump" right in here ... NOW. I have a host of problems in both areas. For over 40 yrs I have been my caregivers of this fact. I think they were somewhat "aware" of this but did not know "how" to express their concerns.

Psychological issues cause "real" physical pain, and physical pain causes psychological issues. It is, and always will be, a vicious circle. As I grow older, the circle seems to get bigger.

My main med Dx is Crhones Disease discovered in 1974. Emergency surgery saved my life. During my 30 day recovery in the hospital, I was told that Crhones is considered to be a "disease of anger." At that time I was a very angry person, but I had always "held it in." So who is to say??? Currently, I suffer from chronic bowel obstructions which require 3-4 days in the hospital, 4-6 times a year. Not pleasant!

I will not continue to bore you with my med history, but it is expansive. Summarily, there isn't anything left in me that they can take out. I am a cancer survivor as well.

My psych Dx is rapid cycling bipolar depression with suicidal ideation, and anxiety. The bipolar condition puts me in each day. With the right meds, I have survived and consider myself in recovery mode. However, some of my needs have been "cut". I no longer have a T, and I am finding this extremely difficult. I keep telling myself, "This, too, shall pass." Hope I am right. My Faith tells me it is.

Everyone take care! and stay
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I THINK I WAS RAPED AND MOM TELLS ME I WAS SEXUALLY ABUSED AND AND I AM SAD ALL THE TIME AND I WANT TO RUNAWAY AND I AM HAVING NIGHTMARES AND I CAN'T SLEEP AT NIGHT AND MY HEART KEEPS A POUNDING REALLY HARD AND I'M OUT OF BREATH ALL THE TIME AND I CAN'T QUIT CRYING AND MY MIND KEEPS A RACING WITH THOUGHTS OF SUICIDE ON MY MIND AND I WORRY CONSTANTLY. WHAT IS THIS AND CAN YOU HELP ME.
I hope you r in a safe place with the support and understanding you need at this time. It seems to me you may need to get some kind of emergency intervention. I once contacted the Vancouver Police department and mental health crisis team to get my daughter committed to a mental hospital for nine days. They found her and she was stabilized and treated before she was referred to other resources. I knew enough to know she needed help because I had experienced similar but not as severe episodes. Please reach out for help it sounds like serious panic attack from overwhelming stress. They mimic a heart attack.
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Im looking for a natural way to get rid of Gall Stones. All my Gp is interested in doing is sending me to a surgeon to get my Gallbladder cut out. Im currently still recovering from major surgery that only happened less than 6 months ago Oct 2013. plus 2 of my relatives- Father and grandmother had gallbladder surgery within the last 12months and still get gallstones plus my father now has complications because of this

ive tried vinegar in water /a high fiber milk / high fiber cereals/ apples/liquorice/ nuts and trying to eat foods that are gulten free fat free sugar free.


in my quest to find these foods I have noticed that the foods that are supposed be natural have a lot of chemicals in them.

any suggestions for healthly alternatives to biscuts /cookies?
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I'm glad to see this forum, thank you
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