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... i havent been able to work for almost 3 yrs now. at first i was able to go on short term disability from my at the time employeer, when that ran out i applied for SSD, now i didnt just do this on a whim, i had been struggling to function in a job for several yrs, alwasy seemed to be in trouble for missing to much work. ... (9 replies)
... i am bipolar too. i haven't worked in 4 years. i cant find a job that is not that stressful.. i had passed the post office exam, but when i went into my medical for the post office they asked me nymerous questions about my health. They asked me to prove my diagnoses of bipolar, thyroid and pcos. ... (9 replies)
... working as a secretary in a relaxed environment where I don't have interaction with a lot of people. A lot of my job is paperwork and taking a few trouble calls for our Technicians. The people I work with are great, and if I'm having a bad day, I can slow down and just do paperwork. ... (9 replies)

... especially for me... ... (9 replies)
... i am getting my ticket to work, in NY they give you an application and you meet with a counslor and they decide what job is right for you based on a survey of what you like and are able to handle. ... (9 replies)
... In the Uk we have people to help certain children in the classroom like ones with special needs or learning difficulties but that might be a bit more challenging. ... (9 replies)
... I am currently a teacher for special ed. ... (9 replies)
... I was a teacher for 5 yrs and i don't know if i can handle being one and i don't know what to do? ... (9 replies)
... I've been recently diagnosed with bipolar 2 and have huge problems with it. ... (4 replies)
... depending on what type of BP they have how well it is controlled, etc. Personally I think one of the most important things that make having and holding a career for a BP'er is the working environment being accepting, understanding, and willing to work with you. ... (1 replies)
... what he said to you would permanetly damage me for a long time to come too. I know full well I wouldn't be able to just get rid of those haunting words he displayed towards you. ... (37 replies)
... my "work". But now I still hear the voice of my supervisor in my head telling me that I am worthless and I do not even belong in the Army. I am ashamed to tell people I was in Iraq because I don't want to remember the way they treated me. My husband was there as well, he is proud of me and speaks highly of my time in Iraq. ... (37 replies)
... I am going for physical therapy in a pool now for my fibromyalgia and arthritis and found that by doing that, it gave me the push I needed to continue on my own at home to do light exercise and stretching. ... (8 replies)
... Personally I have come to the conclusion that a higher education isn't for me, but I also have ADD. ... (18 replies)
... I'm with craziunique on this one. There's no single type of job that would be great for all people with bp because we're all different. Politics would be TERRIBLE for me, personally, but great for somebody else. ... (9 replies)
... in the short amount of time we have when we write people here on the site, it doesnt' give us much time. ... (23 replies)
... I'm also new to this site, and we are a family new to bipolar. This past year I have developed a new respect for what people go through. I know my daughter really doesn't like taking the pills, but she does admit they do help her sleep, wake up, function. ... (4 replies)
... hte shrink thinks I have always been this way, but being raised by a bipolar mother, I act NOTHING like she did...so I wonder..... ... (2 replies)
... ample, the average length of time bipolar people are able to maintain professional and trade employment and patterns of termination or resignation, how many more jobs a bipolar person holds throughout their life compared to others, etc. ... (27 replies)
... lved in the decision and then your state has a group of doctors that will also test you to make sure you really have a disablity. It's a process. because so many people have abused the system. ... (12 replies)




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