That’s what someone says to me when things are not going so well and they try to make the best of the situation.
It would be nice to be able to say that after a manic episode. It seems as though, we may have no worries at that moment when our behavior or attitude is less desirable. Unfortunately, it seems as though we are cleaning up messes made during times of mania.
Does anyone else have to clean up messes after an episode of mania? Maybe with a family member, friend, co-worker or even a neighbor you have become friends with over the years?
Has it cost you a friendship, relationship with a family member or maybe even a job?
On the other hand, do family members or close family friends seem to be a trigger for your mania or anxiety?
What is one to do?
Please share your manic episode mess experience. Who was it with, what happened and were you able to clean up the mess or did it cost you something.
We continue to learn from each other.
love to all,
pb aka peanut butter
Persistently Pursuing my Passion to be a Peer Supporter
Everyone needs a hand up and a true listening ear.
Purpose to have an awesome day.