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... I'm just trying to see what kind of jobs work for for people with bipolar. ... (9 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)
... What about for people that are Bipolar II like me where most of the time I am stuck at the negative depression end? ... (9 replies)

... So do most people, bipolar or not. ... (9 replies)
... does not work for me. I have up to a Ph.d and I teach, counsel, do consultation work, and I am about to start a nonprofit group. ... (9 replies)
... I've found that reasonably challenging, flexible work that involves delivering presentations, negotiating, developing new projects and delivering training works for me. My employers have adapted my work to annual hours so that I can work more in the lighter months and less in the winter months during depressive episodes. ... (9 replies)
... I have been working for an attorney for 10 years as a paralegal. But it has that its moments. It's stressful! but as we all know that will create mania on us. ... (9 replies)
... I don't feel that politics would be good for me. I tend to be depressed instead of manic. I have wondered the same thing as far as jobs are concerned. I am unhappy doing what I do and need some advice. ... (9 replies)
... Politics for one. Something is high power positions do well. That is if they keep themselves medicated. Those positions keep them moving and talking. ... (9 replies)
... I could totally relate to your post. Lots of it hit home with me as well. I too work full time and at times find it very overwhelming. ... (2 replies)
... I need some ideas and ways people cope with Bipolar and working and how you don't lose touch with the world between working, sleep and the damn medication. ... (2 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)
... I am taking a great medication that's a drug used for epilepsy. they found out it works for people with bipolar illness too. ... (3 replies)
... Personally I have come to the conclusion that a higher education isn't for me, but I also have ADD. ... (18 replies)
... It's normal behavior for me. It has been all of my adult life. I'm now living with my parents because I left my job on an impulse. I know how you feel. I'm so unstable. I also owe hospitals, doctors, antistesiologist, etc. ... (22 replies)
... I work as an admin asst at a Bank,basically my job has to do with sales so it's very stressful at times. ... (8 replies)
... I've been recently diagnosed with bipolar 2 and have huge problems with it. ... (4 replies)
... ar it is not the blind leading the blind. And we are not "in hear", we are not a psychward at a hospital or a lockdown ward. We are all free individuals living with BiPolar Disorder, but "LIVING", we have lives, friends, jobs, spouses, children, extracurricular mts. ... (8 replies)
... Due to my inability to deal with copious amounts of stress... ... (5 replies)
... Although I oftentimes hear people with bipolar say they wish they "only" had unipolar depression, I don't feel the same way. Since my bipolar lies more on the manic side, I'm glad to have periods where I feel really, really good, I'm creative, productive and can tackle 10 things at once. ... (5 replies)




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