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So, after the weird Professionals-Avenger fusion dream, I've now had an Avengers/Avengers fusion/crossover dream.

id est: Tony Stark (as played by RDJ in Marvel's Avengers (Assemble) and Iron Man) in the UK 1960/70s The Avengers, instead of Patrick McNee's John Steed - working with Emma Peel and Tara King (and LOVING it). LOL!

However, I don't remember any specific details of this one, let alone the full "movie in my mind", like last time. (Aren't you glad?!)

Does anyone remember my weird Bruce Banner feels from Yogi Teas? How about this for a tag? "Remember that the other person is you" :D :D :D

(ETA: Just made a cup of the Bedtime Tea blend, only to be told, "The Purpose of Life is to enjoy every moment". Something I really need to take forward with me whenever I wonder about life when I can't work etc. God, I LOVE these teas.)

My on-going Bruce/Tony fic attempt has ear-wormed me with Whitney Houston's The Greatest Love of All. Does anyone else have songs declare themselves the theme tune of their writings? I'm not talking about a deliberate playlist, but just a song emerging from your memory as expressing the theme of what you are trying to write?

In other news, we adjusted (reduced) my meds a few days ago and I'm suddenly feeling a lot more human and able to cope. Sorry about the last couple of Depressive posts. (Alternatively, I may just have hit the rock-bottom of this latest bout and be on my way up again.) But I'm feeling very different. Thanks again to everyone who commented. *HUGS YOU ALL*

I'm having physiotherapy/acupuncture tomorrow and seeing the doctor for a meds review on Friday, so *fingers crossed*.


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Aug. 18th, 2016 12:10 am (UTC)
Oh, so pleased you're feeling better! Here's hoping the physio etc and meds adjustments will all work out. You deserve a break!

Do let us know how it goes.

Sweet dreams!
Aug. 19th, 2016 02:23 am (UTC)
Thank you, hon. *HUGS* We all deserve a break! (My f'list deserves a break from me posting bloody depressive shit-storms.) I do feel like new person - or at least a different one. Funny that an increase in anti-depressants - recommended because my symptoms were re-appearing in spite of the meds and the NHS isn't really geared to treating long-term problems - not only meant hypersomnia but also hyperactivity/mania AND an increase in depressive symptoms. Looking back through my paper diary, it also meant an increase in suicidal ideation. I *won't* be increasing those again!

As for the dreams, various characters - both actually from TV and ones from my subconscious - "played by Martin Shaw" keep cropping up. The one where I was in prison and he was one of the guards and having an affair with a woman in the next cell was particularly odd. (Not least because they decided I needed a special bed for my back but put it in a corridor - the prison was a weird mix of TV prisons and the psych ward where I was detained in 2008.) So... not so sweet! (Grief, I'm having weird and freaky dreams of late, can you tell?)
Aug. 18th, 2016 08:15 am (UTC)

May one leave you a tentative Happy Birthday now? I didn't want it to go unmarked :0)

Recovering from a minor wobble myself - job insecurity - which on my better days is a vista of radical new opportunities opening up - and in my less sunlit moments spirals into 'How will I eat next year?'.

But as this is a better day, I'm just off to work.
Aug. 19th, 2016 02:30 am (UTC)
Thank you, sweetie. Mum and Dad insisted on marking it too, so we had just a nice, family, dinner (minus my brothers and their wives and kids, so not really "family") and they spent entirely too much on my present given they pay half my bills including the private physio! So it didn't go unmarked, unhappy as I was.

I'm so sorry you have insecurities at the moment, though. I know how awful the interaction of stress/worry and depression is. (My Dad, who had a clinical Stress & Depression problem, often quotes *his* dad, who used to say that worry has killed more men than anything else - which given my paternal grandfather fought in World War One is saying something!) But yes, since you have managed to stay in work in spite of your problems, even if you should need a new job, it should be possible - not least because I think there is a drive towards more awareness of mental health and mental illness and more of a hard line *against* discrimination.

I'm glad yesterday was a better day and wish you all the best. I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Thank you for yours. *HUGS*
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