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... I am currently a teacher for special ed. ... (9 replies)
... I am going for physical therapy in a pool now for my fibromyalgia and arthritis and found that by doing that, it gave me the push I needed to continue on my own at home to do light exercise and stretching. ... (8 replies)
... Seek stability in your external life so you can best deal with the turmoil within. Work with a psychiatrist to find the right combo of meds to keep you stable. ... (3 replies)

... First of all you have to appreciate that as people who have bipolar we are the minority who hold down full time jobs. Most folks are not able to do that. For some of us it is a massive necessity because we need to keep the roof over our heads and food in our bellies. ... (2 replies)
... or bipolar people are violent. I'm not violent, I wouldn't hurt a fly. News reports often tend to be sensational. So just remember there are 1,000s more bipolar people in the world who are not violent, who have jobs, families to support, spouses, friendships, who have full functioning lives. ... (3 replies)
... is not the blind leading the blind. And we are not "in hear", we are not a psychward at a hospital or a lockdown ward. We are all free individuals living with BiPolar Disorder, but "LIVING", we have lives, friends, jobs, spouses, children, extracurricular mts. to deal with for our children, activities that we do for ourselves. ... (8 replies)
... I lost 2 jobs on the basis that I just didn't do anything.... ... (4 replies)
... I get so aggrivated sometimes. It is hard for me to keep a job. My anger just boils over. I take Klonipin and it helps some. ... (4 replies)
... there are different types of bipolar from what I saw recently. ... (6 replies)
... I could really relate to your post, that you seem like a perfectly normal person to people at first, but after a while, the "cracks" start to show, and it becomes harder and harder to hide your illness from those around you. ... (37 replies)
... does not work for me. I have up to a Ph.d and I teach, counsel, do consultation work, and I am about to start a nonprofit group. ... (9 replies)
... what request did you ask from your company in order to make things easier for you there? ... (23 replies)
... do you think that most people who have BP have a hard time keeping jobs? ... (23 replies)
... thank you both for coming to my aide. ... (23 replies)
... and hope for the best. My classes today were...well, the first two were cool. ... (102 replies)
... Thanks everybody for venting with me. ... (15 replies)
... inalist, that's really something to be proud of, WOW! I am interested in what sort of accounting work you do at the moment. My mom is also a CPA, and I suspect a bipolar herself, as she's always suffered from some sort of depression and panic attacks for as long as I can remember. ... (17 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder about a couple months ago. I also have pretty severe OCD that does not respond to SSRI's. For years I had taken SSRI's and they always made me rapid cycle. I would go through several extreme moods in a day sometimes. ... (27 replies)
... Medication is not the do all of cures, but its what we got for now. But there are other things people try, some work some don't. The only thing that fails every time is winging it. ... (23 replies)
... I've come to terms with keeping my bipolar diagnosis away from the workplace. I just say that it's more professional all the way around. ... (48 replies)

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