Guess What Guys! :-D I Finally sat my Mom Down and Explained to her about my Disorder. Surprisingly she actually took the time to listen and wasnt Judgemental at all! She just told me to pray on it, don't let my disorder get to me, and to just be patient until they do more research on Md before trying Meds. She was very understanding, and i am so happy and relieved that the most important person in my life knows what im going through and still supports me and is there for Me! All Smiles Over Here :-) I Hope this Post Encourages You Guys to want to Share what you're going through with your loved ones for support. As you guys know, and i know!.. Md is VERY hard to cope with and is hard to go through alone. If you do decide to share it with your loved ones, i hope you get the same happy relieved comfort feeling that i had got after i shared. Best Wishes and Good luck to you :-)

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Comment by Shayna Marie on February 3, 2012 at 2:40pm
Greaaaat! So Happy and proud of u! The Big Feeling of relief feels sooo good. Keep me updated on what meds and how they work :-)
Comment by Wish Upon A Wish on February 3, 2012 at 2:17pm

I researched some (possible) medication last night, and realized I'm almost certainly going to ask or a doctor appointment within about a month after school properly starts, so I realized I should tell mum. I went part way down the hallway to tell her, then stopped and thought, crap, am I really going to tell her? I can't! Then I kept walking forwards and told her, and it went really well. So within a month, I may ask for a doc appointment, and within (probably) about 6 or 7 weeks, I may be on meds to control this damn thing. All trial stuff, though.

So yay, go us! Haha 

Comment by Shayna Marie on February 1, 2012 at 6:37pm
@wish upon a wish....You can do it! :-)
Comment by Wish Upon A Wish on February 1, 2012 at 4:01pm

That's awesome! I want to tell my mum, but over a month ago I mentioned it to the doctor, and I do want to tell her that I did talk to doc about it but then she'll wonder why I didn't tell her sooner. But she probably won't say anything about taking so long. Maybe I'll tell her when she gets up. I'll try, but will probably talk myself out of it.

But that's good for you that you told her and she reacted well =) 

Comment by Shayna Marie on January 30, 2012 at 10:28pm
Thanks Everyone!!! Hope You all Find the same courage! :-)
Comment by Destiny Lund on January 30, 2012 at 9:32pm

AWESOME Shayna!  I'm happy for you!  It's always great to have someone to lean on, whether it's one person or many people.    :-)

Comment by Jennifer on January 30, 2012 at 1:07pm

Aww, congratulations!! That's wonderful! So happy to hear that you came out and told your mom and it's great that she took it so well!

Comment by Elizabeth on January 30, 2012 at 8:28am

YAY! thats great!! My family also knows, my immediate ones, and they have been very supportive as well. Especially my mom, sometimes when she sees me really withdrawing she tries to get me to do something productive and while I am irritated at first, it really does help me feel better afterwards. BUT she knows that its not something that I can just poof and be done with it so she doesn't pressure me or bug me constantly about it. And she likes when I tell her some of my daydreams... others I can't go into detail about or just feel strange saying. :) I know not everyone has a good experience with their loved ones, but give them time, they might just need to do their own research or need to let it sink in.

Comment by Kirsty Amhert on January 29, 2012 at 9:58pm

That's awesome! High-fives all around~

Comment by Aine on January 29, 2012 at 7:26pm

Yes, you are very brave, much braver than I am. LOL. But I am so proud of you and happy you have  such an understanding mother. I  hope that many other young people can find your courage.  All the best.

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