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This is probably by far the most accurate representation of Bipolar Disorder and how we feel once we are properly diagnosed, and STILL judged on the past actions we could not control or understand before Bipolar.  We are still real people with real and genuine feelings not always associated to our misfiring brains.  Even after a sincere apology for our actions, it will never be enough.  

I will be the first to acknowledge that bipolar distorts everything. It is no one’s fault, it just is. The down side is erosion of self confidence because you DO lose faith in yourself when your every thought runs the risk of either being valid or being a byproduct of some bipolar/depressive facet. There is […]