Our expert says:
Busy but not too complex ! Nothing odd about you --- who among us really wants to admit we have ANYTHING wrong with us ? Obviously the doctor who knows you and has seen you is in the best position to assess whether you'd be wise to go back on presumably mood regulating drugs. Sounds like it may be a good idea, as he thinks so.
As for distinguishing between a bipolar or other mood swing and a bout of PMS, well, was it premenstrual ? If not, it wasnt PMS. And did it clear up when menstruation began ? Then maybe PMS.
Hope that you're now over the worst of your Stop Smoking campaign --- that'd be something worthwhile to come out of this
I agree that people shouldn't sek a pilletjie for every problem ; but with some problems, even though pilletjies don't do all that's needed, they may make all the difference between us being able to do the rest, and not
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