Saturday, September 22, 2007

Crayyzee meds

it's amazing how much a person can get done in a morning when they're not slave to barmy routines, tics and panic attacks. it's amazing how much a person can get done before 9am on a saturday (including showering with full hair wash and conditioner, plus facial hair mitigation) when they don't lose tens of minutes and hours somewhere in the middle of putting on a sock.

And yes, I was worried about the trade off, where is the line between my 'true' personality and my malfunction, will these drugs purge me of my 'self'?

I have learned something this morning, ladies and gentlemen.

Take note.

No cocktail of drugs exists that makes me want to clean my house!


At 7:04 pm, September 22, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I remember feeling like that as well, worried I would no longer be me. Turns out I'm still me, just usually not quite so depressed.

If you do hear of a pill that makes you feel like cleaning your house, please let me know. Thanks:)

At 12:01 am, September 23, 2007, Blogger Marymurtz said...

I think that people who are violently opposed to mental health meds have either never needed them or are big f***ing liars. They've saved the life and sanity of many people I know.

NOW...let's get down to inventing one that makes people want to clean house, because you KNOW we'll be raking in the bucks when we perfect that cocktail.

At 9:39 am, September 23, 2007, Blogger HerImperialMajesty said...

Ladies please. Don't invent such a pill. let's just engender helpful behaviour in our entourage so that we keep on top of the big bits.
it makes me want medication to think of the world's greatest ladies spending any unnecessary thought power, let alone man hours on cleaning (typed she who this morning has cleaned the bathroom floor and yesterday did the tiles in the shower, whilst showering. Multi tasking was the only way i could raise any interest in it. i had to do something while my face
pack set and seeing as i was already standing there and near cleaning products...)

you can't lose your essential you. it is possible to put it down for a sec but that happens to everyone xx

At 12:23 pm, September 23, 2007, Blogger Mrs. G. said...

I would just give up on cleaning...I'm telling you, it leads to depression. Good luck with the meds.

At 7:34 pm, September 24, 2007, Blogger Lisa said...

I started on some depression meds in hopes of warding off some of my migraines. Over the years, I've been through quite a few types of antidepressants and anti-anxiety drugs. So I can understand what you're saying...

If you do find a pill that makes you feel compelled to clean your house, PLEASE let me know! Am in need of some. heehee

At 3:23 pm, October 02, 2007, Blogger lildb said...

oh, my god, how I loveth thee.

with a great and powerful amore.

(and maybe you could give me some tips on circumventing my shower phobia, which has much to do with the losing of time in the midst of it all? you genius-lady, you?)

At 3:14 am, October 03, 2007, Anonymous wordgirl said...

It's not that I don't want a clean house...or that I mind the manner in which it gets done. It's the fact that it gets dirty again SO FREAKING FAST!! And that's just depressing.


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