Today, this is me. Who can relate?

So today, this is me.

Tomorrow, this is most certainly who I’ll be.

But I might be a different version of this me that you see.

Getting this diagnosis, will it set me free?

From not really knowing who or what is me.

I know I should be thinking, what will be will be,

But a mind like mine doesn’t work this way, all emotions there you see.

I know I will be fine, of this we both agree,

I just need to know right now, who or what is me.

To put into context, tomorrow is my evaluation/results with my psychiatrist & I’m very nervous. I know it shouldn’t matter what they tell me but ultimately, it does. It might help to explain ‘me’ better.

Anyone relate to this?

7 thoughts on “Today, this is me. Who can relate?

  1. Each of us is more than our diagnosis. It’s a part of who we are, but it does not wholly define us. Knowing that diagnosis helps greatly in treatment, which makes us better versions of ourselves (I hope), but it’s not the be-all, end-all of who we are.

    Good luck today! I hope you get some answers.

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