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... disorder. They all agree on symptoms and none specifically mentioned talking to yourself. As far as I know we all do this, just it is usually done inside our heads. Some of us do it orally. ... (16 replies)
... I typically freeze up when I talk to people in person. In fact, except for a few people in this world, I really don't like talking to people at all. I'm more of a listener. I hate crowds....especially when they are people I don't know. ... (16 replies)
... I have conversations with friends and relatives when they are not around almost continously when I am working by myself. It MAY be related to the BP for someone of us, because I know I do it almost obsessively when depressed or manicky, but do it much less when feeling normal. ... (16 replies)

... I don't know if it is a bipolar thing or not but it certainly seems like it may be normal. ... (16 replies)
... I think you've asked the million dollar question!! Personally I think that 'normal' is different for everyone. ... (3 replies)
... don't feel like explaining this to my friends when there is no way they could understand what I'm going through. ... (6 replies)
... WOW....have you landed in the right place where there are many of us who have been on that rollercoaster ride you are talking about. IT is amazing how many of the parents who come to this forum describe their experience with their Bipolar teens the same exact way. ... (4 replies)
Social Anxiety
Jul 5, 2007
... afford counseling or therapy I would highly recommend that. I also have anxiety but more for giving a speech or standing in front of a crowd. Maybe with you it is talking to people one on one? ... (3 replies)
... I so know exactly what you are talking about! I think to myself, what on earth have I done to deserve this... ... (34 replies)
... First, I want to say how sorry I am for what you've been through. I have been through a lot of what you have. ... (17 replies)
... Well for now and the next 2 years and some 9 months from now I don't think I'll have to worry about Travis missing his doses. You see, Travis is right now serving time in state prison. Right now he is in a special section of the prison where his medical needs are being met. ... (4 replies)
... hey suddenly. thanks ans you're right i'am sop tired of the wondering and the up and down i just don't know what to do anymore.. i need to stop thnking of this. ... (1098 replies)
... Sorry I've not been around, I think you and I twins that we are...well I've not been able to get out of bed much yesterday and today, so I've only been online a bit. but i'm here now, and sorry that you're having a hard time. ... (47 replies)
... TV talking to you and thinking you can read other's minds. ... (5 replies)
... An aquantance of mine has had similiar problems with the school her son attends, however he is not disabled in any manner. ... (1 replies)
... I'd think something and say something back to it. Now that doesn't really seem weird to me. It seems like... ... (6 replies)
... if it gets too much it might be better to miss one than force yourself through it? ... (6 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)
... place for a long time, the fact that people who haven't had it or don't have it makes it all the more frustrating. Luckily for me, i have a close family, my dad is bi polar and they have been there to help, since i was put on seroquel, i feel im getting there. ... (18 replies)
... mistake, and looking for a reason to get mad. ... (3 replies)

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