A new diagnoises

I mentioned a few days ago that my phsycologist had changed. It frustrates me but this is what happens.

I got the letter of my progress. Normally this is sent just to the GP but I request that I get a copy, mainly so I can giggle at it.

This time I looked disheveled, nop that is just my normal look.

However she did say I have signs of anankastic personality disorder.

Just to recap I have been diagnoised with rapid cycling bipolar (after a fight) social anxiety, agrophobia and OCD traits.

What is anankastic personality disorder I hear you all yell. Its OCD, I think its a new name, to get people away from the idea of OCD is all about cleaning.

I also got informed I have general anxiety disorder rather than social, I have no idea what this means.

Infact I have no idea what any of it means, downside of getting a letter meant for someone who spent 7 years studying medicine rather than the 5 minute search on google

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24 Responses to A new diagnoises

  1. TT says:

    That must be very frustrating.

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  2. Whoa this is intense. I’m not really sure what to make of it. I hope you’re not as confused as I am.

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  3. Ioana says:

    Wow…you could be developing these things just by having to deal with sh*t like this.

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  4. Cally says:

    Not sure what to say but know that l am here and willing to listen and comment when you need to be reminded that you are part of a community that cares. Take care Cally.

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  5. A. Black says:

    And so the impenetrable wall of understanding is once again present… Just keep yourself right. Only YOU have any true understanding of how YOUR head works. Use the diagnosis as a foundation to which you build yourself upon. Half of a diagnosis is honestly done by yourself, you become an expert on your own head. Write everything down, and teach them that… Unfortunately sometimes you have to educate the specialists. Keep going.

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    • The previous post to this one, is one I am giving to my shrink as one of the things I am bad at is showing my frustration and I think I have done a good job in that and you are right only I know what is going on in my head

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      • A. Black says:

        If you have a smart phone there is this app called “Optimism” it has an orange icon. And no its not a self help guide to all things improbable. You score your day, your triggers, your mood, your activities and it puts it all into a chart. Pie chart, graph, line chart. It may be useful to help hold your shrinks hand. Academics respond well to logic (I am one). If you cant think of what to say or how to say it, there will be a simple correlation of how you go through your days and they can be more specific in targeting an issue. Just a thought. Or do what I do, wait until your manic and write a 10,000 guide to how your mind works and how to correctly treat you as an individual. Shrinks do not react well to that…

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      • That is amazing thank you, I will check it out 🙂

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  6. Diana says:

    Oh Boy! All those diagnosis are another way of saying, ‘they don’t know!’. They are trying, but they don’t know! Best for you to make the final diagnosis. Sometimes it can be comforting to have a label, then you know. And you can go from there. Other times it becomes a negative, the label and all that is attached to it. Wishing you what ever you need to keep your life as you need it to be. 🙂

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  7. I am not sure the diagnosis matters. The most important thing is that you get the care you need to heal.🌈

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