sweet child just know that I was once you. You don't have to see the light to hope that it is there. It is ok to be worried as long as you are there is hope to want to fix your situation. You need to go on the computer and google Bipolar strategies. You will find help this way. Not just that there has to be things you love to do. Art, singing, etc. When you feel a trigger (triggers are the things that cause you to stop your recovery process with your mental illness) that is when you automatically force yourself to get up and do something you love to do take your mind off of what is happening at that point.
Just a quick note to say hi! Sweet girl this gets easier it really does. Also you need to try to quit looking at your past as humiliating and turn into an experience. You experienced some bad maybe even embarrassing things but now as you try to heal take those things and use them as lessons. With the knowledge you gained you maybe able to help someone else from going through the same things.
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