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... It's very important for you to take control of your own treatment and health. If the doctor isn't concerned about it, stress to him/her that YOU are concerned about it and that you need help with it! If the doctor is still unresponsive to your needs, you should probably start looking for another doctor. You won't get any better unless the doctor takes you seriously! ... (3 replies)
... Weird. I had always assumed my 1 year for a company was just me. I typically get a job, rapidly advance, then fall apart. Every 3rd or 4th year I tend to go nuclear and wind up in a hospital. You'd think they'd have a temporary med change/increase for this kind of cycle. Anyway, I avoid relationships at work, so that's seldom a problem. When I have to interact I either... (27 replies)
... e your right and he does need to be called on his temper tantrums , he certainly shouldn't be using "military intimidation tactics" on me to make me cry. Another coworker said that if he tries it again I shouldn't hesitate to go to HR. ... (6 replies)

... Hello there, I am recently diagnosed Bipolar 1, for the second time! I am confused unfortunately as to how, so let me elaborate. ... (0 replies)
... My friend and coworker (age mid-40's) was being treated by her GP with AD for a serious depression this spring, and it triggered hypomania/mania within a month after starting the AD. Spiraling out of control, she's quit her job, dreamed of starting her own business, jetted around the world and temporarily settled in another country, etc. Obviously her friends, family, etc.... (7 replies)
... My friend and coworker (age mid-40's) was being treated by her GP with AD for a serious depression this spring, and it triggered hypomania/mania within a month after starting the AD. Spiraling out of control, she's quit her job, dreamed of starting her own business, jetted around the world and temporarily settled in another country, etc. Obviously her friends, family, etc.... (0 replies)
... ad. Up to this point in time we just thought it was the rebellious teen years. Now that her younger sister has been diagnosed I am almost convinced that she is bipolar as well. ... (28 replies)
... I commend you for trying to manage things off of meds and Bipolar or not, there are people we come in contact with who just are downright nasty. We cannot change them but one thing we CAN change is the way we react to them. ... (8 replies)
... i have a coworker who is also bipolar/depressive, and is taking effexor. she is having a bunch of problems with memory loss....shes convinced she is getting alzheimers, but i think its very possibly her meds so im tyring to do a little ressearch for her....any comments that may help?? (2 replies)
What is "crazy"??
Jan 10, 2004
... she just kept going on and on about it. she was using the term loosely since she didn't know if that person was or wasn't and more than likely her coworker wasn't bipolar. but she kept on about how she didn't like being around people who act bipolar and blah blah blah. ... (11 replies)
... ough everything. She KNOWS how extremely private I am and I have told very few about my disorder. Yesterday, she was seen reading this message board at work by a coworker and that person disclosed that one of her family members had just been diagnosed. ... (3 replies)




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