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... 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. ... (2 replies)
... All my life I've been in Customer Service and also Administrative. I'm generally a very happy person at work, but I have found it's having a jerk for a boss which is the hardest to deal with. ... (5 replies)
... ings, feeling things, that weren't there. Now I'm off for 6 weeks to get meds adjusted. I don't want to go back to doing such an early shift, but when I asked my boss to change my hrs, he flat out said no. I don't know what to do! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! FYI, I work for an independant owner in Canada. ... (5 replies)

... january when im hopefully stable as im not at the minute but am very nervous and a bit anxious as its a very stressful job but i believe as i could do it before bipolar surely i can do it again. ... (9 replies)
... Lucy, I'm really sorry you had to have such an experience. Some things are changing, my current boss I actually felt like I could tell without being judged too much, but it's really hard when you feel like you have to prove you can be exceptional at your job *before* disclosing an illness, where if you had some other disability it would be up front and your employer would... (9 replies)
... for a year and a half. Was a small office, around 8 people, so I thought we were close, I mean I would spend 8 hours a day with these people 5 days out of 7. My boss was aware I was bipolar when he hired me, I wanted him to be aware in case something happened. ... (9 replies)
... I have Bipolar I and I actually have an incredibly sharp memory. I'm not sure that memory problems are a symptom of bipolar disorder. The times in my life when I've struggled with memory issues are when I was under too much stress. ... (10 replies)
... My guess is that if you had to take extra breaks during the day for insulin shots, you'd have no problem saying so, and your boss would have no problem allowing you to have the extra time. I see no reason why it should be any different with mental illness. ... (10 replies)
... ships with them, I first had to remove my moods from the equation. It's easier for me to see now what is "me" and what is "them". And I'm seeing now that the big boss is quite jealous of me and insecure about me, and that she is bullying me. ... (1 replies)
... and was in 'behavorial ward' at hospital. Then took two months off to get it together. My boss was very understanding. and always asked how i was. But that was her. ... (10 replies)
... i was reading a book about bp and if you should tell your boss and in the book the author who is some kind of doctor advises you not to because some places wont understand it. ... (10 replies)
... i agree with annie. you should think before you just blurt it out and think if your boss is trustworthy. ... (10 replies)
... Is your boss someone you can trust? ... (10 replies)
... but in fact we all thought she was a very good and caring person and we are going to miss her dearly. so tell your boss before it gets so bad that you quit. because it sounds like you are a caring person and are also good at your job. ... (10 replies)
... Firstly, I work at a assisted living home and I was promoted. Now it has been noticed by all the residents and all the staff, but I am becoming really paranoid and procrastinating more and more. I seem to stress alot and am getting bad memory. I was doing good at first, there are a couple residents there with ADHD/ADD and one with Bipolar. I dont know if I should talk to... (10 replies)
... trust me it's even worse when you have BP and you SH, between them asking if i've taken my meds or gone to my tdoc/pdoc appts. they always look at my arms for new cuts or recent scars....It's like go ahead make me feel bad enough about myself and next time you look there will be something for you to see. I can't remember the last time my ex or mother in law just saw "me"... (44 replies)
... I only realised a couple of months ago that i could be Bipolar after reading about some british celebrity having this illness. Im 31 now. The symptoms are so clear. ... (8 replies)
... workers will alway get the best of you..They can smell weakness and they feed on it..Now I had a great boss in the beining ..He confinced me to go to the hospital to seek professional help..Later found out his mother was Bipolar..So he was wonderful to me.. ... (7 replies)
... c it my bosses parents. My boss is 2 years younger than me. Besides his mom acted like the supervisor of this small office anyhow. ... (7 replies)
... I've been suffering with Bipolar 2 for quite some time now and my Dr. has decided to put me on medical leave for 6 months. ... (2 replies)


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