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  1. im so happy i came up with this thread. this is kirk lucifer sleeping in his food dish lol Lucifer sleeping on top of Spock.
  2. this is bones sleeping. i love my four rat boys.
  3. Nope, not at all D: I mean thats a broad statement of how a society views womens sexuality. Sorry This was a stupid idea for a topic anyways
  4. this topic was a silly idea
  5. you can, yes. it helps prevent tumors, which females are prone to getting. also it will stop boys from scent marking all the time.
  6. I consider myself a huge queer and back when I was just starting out, also at that stage a baby dyke, the one beautiful girl I yearned to hold hands with and cuddle all day wasn't interested. Not because, as I later found out, she was straight. But rather she knew that she was my first 'crush' (understatement) and didn't want to 'be an experiment' as I was aware she was a lesbian. A year or so later she started to message me after if became apparent that I was indeed a huge queer and she now knew it wasn't a phase- but by then it was too late and, shock horror, I got with a person who has
  7. I live in an apartment where it is strictly no pets. I gave up my corgi to a family member (shes now enjoying a very lazy retirement at the age of 15 which makes me happy). But when my depression hit me again, just as I was finally diagnosed with bipolar, my case workers agreed I needed a pet back. Having someone who relies on you, if you are a very empathetic person, can pull you out for a moment or two. My depression is very selfish. And so I raised money and got myself Lucifer, my pet rat. I hid the flat pack cage in a box and put him in my purse and thats how I got him in. We have a
  8. Merlin unfortunately passed away last week from an infection the vet says he was born with in his lungs and brain. But I'm taking on 3 wee rescue rat boys to be Lucifer's buddies. So, some good news.
  9. I'm an artist. Currently unemployed and on a benefit but hopefully returning to being a fulltime fine arts student next year.
  10. So quetiapine makes me hungry. I am hungry even after meals. I've tried snacking but I just overeat. I'm now trying three meals a day but I'm HUNGRY. I drink water before and after each meal. I've joined a gym to get fit and diet is the thing holding me back now. How do I stop being hungry? Any advice, helpful links, filling foods, just anything to help me feel full??? Help!
  11. i can't shake this ever cycling reptition of depression and optimism. mostly i just want to be alone. i felt like doing something stupid but now im listening to placebo and going to do art. wish me better.
  12. I got a new addition to the rat pack- a little rescue guy i've named Merlin! He was for free at a pet store I went to buy Lucifer's food from and all these kids were banging on the glass and I just walked over and said I'd take him. I couldn't afford a cage for him, only a carrier. So the past three days have been an intensive introduction of this wee babe to the very grumpy Lucifer. I've tamed Lucifer a lot since I got him though and all seems well and they are now both sharing a cage. Merlin gets to spend most of the day sleeping on my desk though while I do illustration for childrens book
  13. Update. I just did it. I got my nannas handwriting from the last cards she wrote to me and it has lifted a weight from me. I feel like a chapter has ended and I can start a new one.
  14. When I was first prescribed seroquel I was instructed to take it only when I felt tired or sleepy. I too wasn't sleeping well (broken sleep, nightmares, waking up constantly and finding it hard to sleep) but I did take it when I started yawning and I was asleep before I could ever put my pajamas on. I slept for 16 or so hours but then my sleeping patterns started to correct themselves. Maybe try taking them when you are tired rather than at a set hour before 'bed' if you can. If not I'd talk to the doctor who prescribed it about the insomnia.
  15. Queerky

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    Found this documentary on bipolar. I really relate to a lot of this. I'm still coming to terms with having the diagnosis and this has helped me. Because I relate so much it starts to make sense. If you've watched it, what was your opinion?
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