I’m fine … why do people assume that I am mentally ill when I ’take control’ of my life?

I am doing fairly well coming off antidepressants. I have had slight withdrawal effects but they’re fairly normal. The brain zaps have started to get less apparent since my body has got used to the levels of medication going down. I have felt quite irritated but life does that with or without medication. The fact that I get it into my head that I want to take control and sort certain things out in my life doesn’t make me mentally ill. I am completely sane nowadays thank you. I may have had times in my past where I was a bit off my rocker but I have settled down a lot. I need to tackle certain personal matters for my life to finally move forward (read previous entries for details). I could be rich (but I highly doubt it). I got a lucky dip for the euro millions lottery. I had a feeling to enter it so I followed my intuition. I got an email at about 1 am saying I had won a prize. The website doesn’t let people sign in over night which means I cannot find out whether its merely a small amount or a large amount. I will have to wait until tomorrow morning to log in. I hope it is not a small amount because that is so disappointing. Why would I have had the pull to enter from my intuition if it wasn’t going to be a large sum of winnings?

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