The good, the bad, and the funny of psychiatric and neurological medications.
Crazy Meds Talk:
Interact with the mentally interesting.
The Crazy Meds blog:
Site updates and status. Plus whining about my boring life, endless examples of procrastination, and featuring the ever-growing panoply of stupidity, humiliation, absurdity, surrealism, psychopharmacological geekery, and general whiskey-tango-foxtrotism.
Morons on Message Boards
: Examples of teh InterGoogles' eternal September. In much need of content.
and allegedly lol-worthy pictures.
Let the pills do the talking.
Share your inner turmoil with strangers in the form of pithy sayings on a shirt scrawled in our singular Pill Font. The shirts are available in a variety of colors and styles. Why you'd need something other than black is beyond me.
Yearbook Lamebook Facebook
Feel free to nominate any or all of the above, as well as this page, for the worst-designed and generally crappiest webpage on the entire Internet.
These days I really spend most of my time watching TV, reading fiction, sleeping, and trying not to let the household chores pile up too much. Having treatment-resistant bipolar disorder, more-or-less controlled epilepsy, and being on a fair amount of medication to cope with those leaves me with a few hours of functionality each day a few days a week. As long as I'm distracted I'm not ruminating on how much less my life sucks than people living in Haiti, commercial fishermen in Louisiana, or the parents of a child with West syndrome.