The Mood Chart Video
I call this video Mood Chart for UltraRapid, Ultradian Cycling Bipolar, with a Touch of PTSD.
To the Therapy Theme Song.
Much more fun than some old DSM code, doncha think?
A family member said, "If you can relate to that song and video, now I know your mind works on a completely different level." To which I responded, "Then we are making progress."
Yes, this is the inside of my head today. Someday when it's not, I'll write about mood charts. Very useful things, mood charts. A basic tool for recovery. My favorite is here, also listed among the Resources on Mental Illness over there on the left.
But that's all for this week. See ya.
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