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... judging you is the LAST thing you need... ... (10 replies)
... Because it's not over yet for you. It's all a process, and I am a testament to the long version. I think we just hold on to the ideal of what you wanted it to me. ... (1098 replies)
... I'm Goody and have a 15 year old daughter who was recently diagnosed with Bipolar. It has been some rollercoaster ride but once she was properly diagnosed and medicated things got to be sooo much better. ... (383 replies)

Help me understand
Oct 29, 2006
... This feels like one of those times that there just are no words that I could say that will make you feel better, that I want to say something that will take away the pain but know that there isn't anything that I can say that will magically do that. ... (7 replies)
... welcome to the board. ... (1 replies)
... Maybe you could talk to your doc about the drug combo you're on. I felt like that while on lithium by itself, then lithium and lamictal, then lithium, lamictal and celexa. ... (7 replies)
Hard to Understand
May 12, 2004
... I think that my husband thinks it is just her personality that is so impulsive and unreasonable. ... (17 replies)
... If there are millions of us who are bipolar has anyone stopped to think maybe we are normal just in the way we are? ... (6 replies)
New Appointment
May 5, 2009
... that does sound v. weird. as for forcing you to introduce yourself, that is not on. everyone should be allowed to move at their own pace. it does sound more like a class than a group session. i avoid group like the plague, i feel that there is plenty of group support here and on another site i go to. ... (157 replies)
Cold Meds and BP
Mar 31, 2009
... will try posting them here as they are all related to bp. ... (301 replies)
... The only advice is to keep on fighting as hard as it is and try to talk to a professional about it. ... (6 replies)
... hrough my fiance's copy of Loving Someone With Bipolar Disorder by Julie Fast. It's starting to make me realize that a lot of my behaviors that I had attributed to other things are very common BP symptoms, and that as much as I've been wanting to believe that I have most of my BP symptoms under control, I really just .. ... (7 replies)
... Jules, Tsohl brings up some GREAT points. I have a very cose friend who's daughter went to Penn State and she was crying all the time about how much she hated being away and wanted to come home. ... (19 replies)
... I was at the Priory so if this is what you are considering I can give you the run down. All the private hospitals run a similar method of treatment though.. ... (14 replies)
... don't feel like explaining this to my friends when there is no way they could understand what I'm going through. It usually lasts for a week or two, and my EXCEPTIONAL best friend has left me a message everyday to check in and just in case I'm ready to start talking again. ... (6 replies)
Never dull!!!
Jan 25, 2007
... Please seek out a good therapist. The main problem I found from this whole experience is that it brought me to a level that was so dysfunctional I couldn't even see it. Going back to this abuse would be considered dysfunctional by anyone functional. ... (13 replies)
... woo, I really do feel for you. I grew up with a bipolar father who decided to self medicate with alcohol instead of taking his meds. I grew up hearing my parents scream and fight all the time. ... (24 replies)
... laughing, sounding normal, angry, raging outbursts, and at some points sounding truly out of his mind. It was very difficult for me, especially since he told me that he never loved me and cheated on me. ... (55 replies)
Hello there
Oct 18, 2006
... There are two spectrums of Bipolar, the struggles of those who have the disorder and those of the family and friends who love them. I'd like to think of it as a rainbow in which this board serves to connect the two spectrums bringing each to a better understanding of the disorder and how it affects those around us. ... (14 replies)
... Hugs to both of you and much love for your deep, committed love to your partners. ... (2 replies)

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