People with borderline often have mood swings, and as such, they can also be bipolar. I tend to dump people who are unstable. Borderlines also project a lot making you the one at fault, when in fact, you aren’t. Borderlines get angry or depressed, in such a state that lasts only a few hours to a few days. Borderlines have difficulty with interpersonal relationships. They also self-injure through drinking or cutting, or are outright suicidal from their deep depressions. Now in my untreated family, nobody admits their depression even if they have it. Borderlines are all about black and white thinking. Look out for landing on their black. Princess Diana was a borderline, but her kids do not have it.
Long before I found Geodon, I tried quite a few medications in order to get stable. The first I tried was Zyprexa, which didn’t take care of the whole problem right away. I was on a dose of 10 mg of Zyprexa when I was in junior college working on my A.A. in creative writing and my A.A. in anthropology. I was also on something like 75 mg of Effexor, and I was started on thyroid hormone at 20 in 2001. It didn’t get stable until 2002-2003. I was on Effexor until I got boils at San Francisco State, which appeared on my face. I had to beg them to lower the dose because of the side effects.
Here is a general discussion on STDs, which is something that everybody needs to understand, as well as have treated. We will start with herpes. Herpes is terrifying because it doesn’t really have many symptoms with the carriers not really knowing they have herpes to begin with. Herpes is a blister around the genitals or anus. The first time it outbreaks can be the most painful, but additional outbreaks aren’t so bad. The only treatment is antiviral medications that can help repress or prevent outbreaks. Herpes can be transmitted through unprotected sex, although the best cure for not contracting a painful illness like this is monogamy with one partner. Condoms may or may not work since abstinence is more effective than actually infecting somebody with herpes because you can’t keep a lid on it.
I grew up with non-stop aggression in my life from home and school, since I went to a private Catholic school that allowed enormous bullying to happen. I can’t stand cowards who can’t cope with bullies, since certainly I can. I was not removed from a hostile environment despite how much I asked to be sent to public school. I also survived a private high school with more bullies there since my freshman year. I was told how to properly kill myself by students who wanted to bully me out of school. I eventually learned how not to be aggressive because of my medication. They were endlessly creative about how I was to be suicidal. When I read about bullycides now, I have to wonder at why the bullies succeeded in getting their victims to kill themselves.
I want to make a difference in the world. First I’m going to get onto the Work2Future board in San Jose, which meets on the 3rd Thursday of every month. I can get to this meeting, first thing. Second, I have to run for District 10, or my home district. I want to get more involved with District 10. This is the same reason I want to run for office in the California State Senate. I went to see the State Senate both in 8th grade for a class trip to Sacramento, and in junior college with student government. I can start off by becoming a City Commissioner appointed for three years. I can also become a District 10 volunteer. There is even a way to become a city volunteer.
Birth control works to prevent pregnancy as well as to repress the menstrual cycle. Hormones need to be replaced in order to not allow a pregnancy to happen. The birth control pill is a form of contraceptive that works when ovulation is stopped (when the egg is released). Birth control also helps make the cervix’s mucus get thicker rather than stay fluid, which allows sperm to enter the vagina so that the egg can be fertilized. Birth control completely stops the fertilization process. This is why birth control must be taken one pill at a time, one day at a time, daily.