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... Whatever you do, don't be ashamed of your past! It sounds like you made a lot of moves, and that is what you are accustomed to. You have 2 beautiful children and a wonderful, loving husband. Cherish that. ... (6 replies)
... I can't believe I got so many uplifting responses and so quickly too! I for sure thought that I may get a bunch of irritated responses telling me to quit my babbling and get to the point. ... (15 replies)
... Goody, I totally agree with your method of parenting. ... (685 replies)

My First Post
Sep 6, 2012
... there is no denying it at all. When I read the bipolar II symptoms, the only one I have not engaged in is the driving recklessly. I have done or experienced all of the remaining ones at one time or another on more than one occasion. So...it is real and I know that it is real. ... (2 replies)
Weight gain
Mar 24, 2010
... I see this is kind of an old thread...but I wanted to add that I too feel the same way!!! 6 years ago I was wearing a bikini. ... (25 replies)
... one in what sometimes i thought was a cruel and uncomprising world. I was glad to be diagnosed with bipolar disorder last year in June. Before that I spent the past twenty years wondering why my thoughts, needs, wants, desires, and ultimately actions were so out of the ordinary to my friends, families and beyond. ... (6 replies)
... knife edge as usual not knowing from the moment I wake whether it is going to end up, desperate scared and feeling like a total disappointment or peeling myself of the walls and asking one hundred questions with a sense of invincibility. ... (3 replies)
I need advice
Jun 17, 2009
... No, I really do not think I've accepted my diagnosis because I'm ashamed of having bipolar. I can't admit it to anyone. ... (16 replies)
... I don't think there's anything to be ashamed of in regards to your psychosis or depression. You have a mental illness that you can't help. It isn't your fault that this is happening. ... (19 replies)
... at you realize your behaviour was alienating and that you have an illness which is now controlled by medication and you are sane and calm now and regret the loss of your friendship? ... (3 replies)
... It's amazing what clarity does to us sometimes. I look back at what I did in my past before I was "officially" diagnosed and think what an "idiot". ... (3 replies)
... anyway, I am having a really hard time with what and how I am supposed to deal with people who I am sure think I am either nuts or can't stand me because of my behaviour in the past. ... (3 replies)
... been misdiagnosed several times since I was 13. I am now 29 and have finally been honest with myself as well as with my psychiatrist, as I was to embarassed and ashamed of my behaviors up until recently when a friend of mine encouraged me to let it go and be upfront. ... (6 replies)
... In the past I have let a few people know about my illness at other jobs and it just leaked out and just caused me nothing but grief. ... (19 replies)
... I am actually terrified now of moving to a place where I have absolutely no support, all my friends here know, my family knows, I have great doctors and the best psychologist... ... (2 replies)
... I guess there's many "grades" from mild to severe. I have always had some of the symptoms, horrible moods, rage, depression. ... (6 replies)
... this but I figure all I can do is get better at this point! I've been praying for months that God would help me with all of these crazy things going on in my head. He's answered my prayers. ... (27 replies)
... From what I understand, feeling "normal" lasts a max of two months, and then you cycle between high and low, many times feeling "normal" in between each cycle. ... (4 replies)
... I just wanted to say that I read your first post and not all the subsequent correspondances so this may be out of place. ... (110 replies)
Dee-Nah?
Jun 19, 2007
... You are very correct in what you said about antidepressants bringing on an episode of mania in a bipolar individual who is not stabilized. ... (31 replies)


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