Out of the hospital

I’m not sure I’m ready to be out of the hospital, but I am. Things haven’t exactly normalized for me yet, but it’s a process, I’m told. Processes are not overnight things, especially in the event of a close friend or two dying within days of each other. But that was only the acute trigger. Underlying the medication changes and symptom stabilization were other factors… These factors go back weeks, months, even years, and some fall into the category of decades. Nevertheless, they contribute. My doctor is a wise man. When I got out of the hospital, he said, “Okay, let’s go way, way back, here. What’s going on? What happened?” He knew that the onset had to be more than just an acute trigger to be so severe. We had a solid talk. I’m truly blessed to have the Doc. I thank you, my readers, as well, for continuing on with reading and checking my blog in my absence. You are an inspiration to me! Long story short, I was in the psych ward getting a tune-up because I got really sick. When I’m ready, I’ll go into more detail…maybe. For now, though, just know that I’m better than I was and that the hospital stay was necessary to get things straightened out enough so that I could function outside the hospital environment. I climbed yesterday and it felt great! I absolutely must get outside to climb when the weather warms up a bit!

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