About Me: Female, 31, Princeton, WV, member since Dec 2010
I am a New River Community and Techincal College graduate that can't spell the best in the world. I work at Mountain State University where I am going to try to get my bachalor's degree in psychology.
[More] I am married to a wonderful man who loves both me and my 7yr old.
I am being treated for Bi-polar disorder but seeing a psychologist that isn't sure that I have really bi-polar disorder. I am seeing the psychologist hoping he finds that I don't having it because I'm worried about the side effects of my abilfy. However, if the psychologist finds that I have bi-polar disorder then I will continue to take my medication because I need to be stable.
I enjoy many quiet hobbies such as reading, writing, cross-stitching, long walks.
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