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 How to Use Guided Imagery to Heal Post-Traumatic Stress 
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I pray that if you or a loved one struggle with bipolar, that you will get all the help you need. I am not against medications but in my experience they were a short-term solution. I experienced many bad side effects from these while they did very little to help me become a functional human being. If you are on medication that is fine. Please remember that meds alone statistically are not a good long-term store, it is raining, you are in a hurry, the cashier is in training, you've forgotten your recyclable bags, your paper grocery bag is overflowing and as you are putting the groceries in the car, the bag bottoms out and that much needed wine bottle

splatters on the asphalt spraying the last clean clothes that you had left in your closet? People with ADHD have weeks like that all the time.Sometimes people with ADHD need help to regain control of their lives. I had inattentive ADHD as a child and young adult and I know this feeling well but these days I rarely let my life spiral out of control. I think this is because with my history of inattentive ADHD, I have had a lot of experience with doing things at the very last minute. I know that I am much more efficient and effective if I stay on top of what needs to get done. When life throws you a week like I had last week, however, staying on top of things is far from easy. Let me tell you why I was so overwhelmed.

The cars needed to be inspected to get our tag stickers, I needed to get all our tax papers to the accountant, our Spring break airline tickets had gone from $249.00 round trip to $300.00 and I still had not booked them, the vet told Super Memory Formula Review/us that our cat who is in renal failure and who I give IV fluids to weekly would now need fluids twice a week, Summer camp registration was filling up and the kids could not decide which camps they wanted, I was working 36 hours a week instead of 20 because someone was on maternity leave, my youngest son needed help with a Native American Project, one of our friend's mother died and we were having them over for dinner, the laundry needed doing,

there was something really sticky on the kitchen floor, my partner was knee deep in work, and I felt as though I was going off the deep end.I ended up asking my co-workers to help me figure it all out. I told my co-workers my dilemma and together we forged a plan to get started on everything. Once I had started scratching tasks off my list, I gathered momentum and before I knew it, I had survived the week and I had accomplished everything that needed doing. I think that there are two key factors that helped me last week.The first factor was asking for help. It was my co-workers who were around and I called on them to 'talk me through' what I needed to get done. Talking to a friend, co-worker,

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