Well last night was fun.

I woke up last night around 11 pm, buzzing with energy. I knew that I simply could not go back to bed. So I didn’t. I baked, I cleaned, did laundry, answered work emails. And I also wrote some emails…at 3:30 am. One was to my best friend, telling her about my diagnosis (she still hasn’t responded yet and that’s making me quite anxious/ sad). The other was to my therapist, haha… needless to say, he ask why the heck I was up so late and if I was okay.

I told him I was, and I truly am. I enjoy hypomania and this latest episode has been quite prolific and productive. My co-workers certainly enjoyed the baked goods I brought them. One of them also asked if I was manic as a joke…little do they know!

During times like these, it feels good to have a secret thats just mine. Does that make any sense?

Anyway, I’ve been up for almost 24 hours at this point. I’ve barely eaten. There is a big snow storm coming and I offered one of my co-workers who lives far away my guest room. I probably shouldn’t have done that…

I know that I need good quality sleep tonight and food.

So that’s what I’m going to focus on at the moment. I’m not sure if the hypomania will calm down tonight. I sure as hell would rather NOT be up for another night. But who knows. I’ll let it run it’s course. This is just me, it’s a part of who I am. I’m slowly learning to be okay with it. 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Well last night was fun.

  1. Zoe says:

    I honestly don’t remember much about the time when I told my friends (esp. the bestie) about my diagnosis. Was it a quick response? I can’t recall. Just remember they probably want to digest and read up on it, maybe. Unless you provided an explanation… then they just need to process it. Hope all works out!

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  2. ASarahEra says:

    I remember when I told my best friend about my diagnosis. She thought I was trying to get attention 😦 It’s hard when people don’t support you. I mean this is a part of us, we don’t get to choose being diagnosed or not. Fingers crossed your friend is more understanding than mine was.

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