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... Is that where they move your head to turn the crystal's in your ears? ... (16 replies)
... I can't remember the last time my ex or mother in law just saw "me" instead of all the "labels". ... (44 replies)
... Hi, I am new here and have not read much about people with bipolar children, so I wanted to start this thread. ... (10 replies)

... d alot of the posts here and have found a strange combination of both encouraging and discouraging emotions from them. I am the husband of a wife diagnosed with bipolar disorder and we have struggled a great deal over the past year of our marriage. I knew that my wife was bipolar when I married her. ... (69 replies)
... Don't feel alone. I have gone through the same thing for five years. My wife was diagnosed in 2001. She has the same type of compulsive behaviors as your wife, the religious type. ... (8 replies)
... In law is manic, she has been off her meds for five years and is basically living like a bag lady. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I know this is going to sound rather elementary, but is your daughter in therapy now or are meds her only source for help? ... (6 replies)
... time in his entire life. He has pneumonia, and of course he is running a high fever. It seems that he is getting progressively worse. ... (15 replies)
In a Bad way
Apr 1, 2005
... and his mother in law kept sending me all kinds of stuff on christianity , and we just so happened to be visiting her house last summer. ... (11 replies)
... ency toward mood disorders has a genetic link but that doesn't mean a person can't live a normal life if they face and deal with the "monster". I have a type of bipolar called Bipolar II. We spend most of our time on the depressed side with occasional hypomanic episodes. ... (4 replies)
... He was in and out of rehabs, we went to counseling together and he went to support groups. Nothing worked. ... (12 replies)
... CBT was very helpful for me, but I'm unipolar. As for the question of drugs being always necessary, I can tell you that my bipolar mother-in-law never needed them until menopause. (9 replies)
... I was diagnosed in 2010. I am on Lamictal 250mg and Paxil 20mg. ... (0 replies)
... I've been recently diagnosed with bipolar 2 and have huge problems with it. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry I didn't reply back to your inquiry as to how things are going. Somehow I completely missed your post in my email. ... (7 replies)
... uple alternatives came to mind. Hospice nurses work regular hours, visiting the same patients, during the day, mostly on a regular schedule. My grandfather was in at home hospice for quite a while, and I can tell you this is important, socially valueable work, that my family deeply appreciated. ... (1 replies)
... have to tell them, just go do it and then when you're ready tell them. You will have the support from the doctor behind you to back you up. If anyone sees you go in or out of the surgery, and asks you what you were doing in there, just say, you were picking up a letter for a friend. ... (18 replies)
... schizophrenia being the worst. People seem to think all bipolar people are crazy nutcases. ... (18 replies)
Apr 17, 2009
... kat, it is so hard to keep picking myself up and dusting myself off to start again, i do get tired of it a lot and lately am tempted to go off meds. started seroquel last night though and once again have hope that this lot will work. i hate having those hopes dashed every time and cannot get out of this bout of suicidal depression. i truly hope it stops soon as i don't know... (15 replies)
Apr 16, 2009
... packed full of so much. I never let myself have a life frm the beginning. When I was young I was scared my friends would learn my secrets...the ones that came in the night, at the hands of my father....then as a teenager when it finally stopped, the damage was done. I met my husband at 16 and found one person to trust. ... (15 replies)

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