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Nothing, really. It's my no-worry weekend. I already cleaned the cat box. I might dust a little and do some laundry, if I feel inspired.

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I got a pdoc appointment this morning. My goal is to get her to agree to 3 things:

1) I want/need to go back on an AD

2) I'd like to up my Abilify back up to 10mg for better control and stability, especially if working with the AD; or try a new AP in its place as it seems an awful lot of mood stabilizes have a horrendous effect on psoriasis.

3) Get back to work lookin for a good ADD medicine.

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My goal for today is to not be anxious at work. I have no more FMLA left this month and can't take an occurence, plus the 'wife' gets home early today and would wonder why I'm home, and then get mad when I told her. 

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