I just wanted to do a quick update on my mental health as it’s been quite a while.

The Seroquel decrease has gone really well. I’m on 50 mgs less than I was a few months ago. We are now going to leave it where it’s at through the winter and then look at it again the Spring.

I’m really proud of myself for the strength I’ve proved that I have. I re-experienced emotions for the first time, started dealing with more past trauma AND I made a police report. All while being on less medication. Proud doesn’t even begin to describe how I feel about myself.

DBT skills really saved my life. I’m also very thankful to all the people that have and continue to support me. I couldn’t do it without you. 🙂

Recovery works if you work it!

And now for tonight’s self care: Pizza and diving into a new YA book, Girl in Pieces.

Sending love to all my followers,




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