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... Hi, this site is awesome for learning about a lot of things. So here I am! ... (5 replies)
... Thanks Picali for sharing. I have often thought that God gave me a tough hand and that I had done something in a former life that I am paying for now. I am going to take the experience and use it to build something else nice for myself and my family. After all, it's only a job. ... (8 replies)
... except you don't notice you're high always, so you appear unfocussed, erratic, make mistakes and lead to customer dissatisfaction. ... (5 replies)

... this is just crazy. No pun intended. Everything that you described fits me to a T. I do not know what type of Bi polar I am. I know that I was a rapid swinging one. ... (13 replies)
... I was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder when I was 9 years old. I have type 2, with rapid cycling. So I definately know what depression is. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks so much for your reply. It's great to hear from you ! ... (40 replies)
... Oh boy, I first want to say that I'm so sorry you are going through so much. And I hate that you do not have the support that you completely deserve. ... (4 replies)
... I've been recently diagnosed with bipolar 2 and have huge problems with it. ... (4 replies)
... Today, being diagnosed as BP, I know when these times come, but I don't really "FEEL" the high mark, but I go through them. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you Dee, for your response. The meds I have been on since 1992 was and still is Lithium. I know many people have issues with it. ... (23 replies)
... This may seem very long but i'll try to make it short.. ... (0 replies)
... I'm 30ish and I've been a functional trainwreck all my life. I have a Master's degree and I tend to do well in everything I try to do. But my long periods of overachieving are always interrupted by meltdowns. ... (3 replies)
... Psychiatrists have long suspected that every bipolar episode can make the nature of the disorder evolve. ... (1 replies)
... im new here and just wanted to tell my story about living with my mum who suffers from bipolar disorder. My mum was first disagnosed with Bipolar when my older sister whos now 24 was born. ... (9 replies)
... I know how you feel being stuck in a rut. It can be very frustrating at times, and sometimes the only thing that helps is for time to pass. I have this probelm with school. I'm finishing my degree online. I'm a psych major, so I have to write many papers about psychology related issues. ... (6 replies)
... Ever feel like there's nothing new to write on the boards and think it isnt worth writing unless you have something interesting to say? ... (6 replies)
... i am currently in therapy and have been for almost 4 years now, im still not very far at all. ... (10 replies)
... Wow! I recieved some excellent responses on this subject..... and here I thought it was just happening to me. ... (37 replies)
Mar 2, 2008
... spirit, and you are really just beginning your journey. It's sad but many of us have survived abusive, traumatic childhoods, and it makes every obstacle we have to overcome a little more difficult, since usually we have never been given the tools we need to deal with a lot of this stuff... ... (12 replies)
... then switched to Lamictal with such great effectiveness that I stopped taking it and stopped seeing my doctor. Not a smart move, I know. ... (3 replies)

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