I've been struggling with mental health, since I can remember. In 2006 I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder & Anxiety.
I'm pretty unique and eclectic... I have a variety of interests. I love art, expression, conversation, reading & writing. I suppose those are more of my passions. My interests... I enjoy the simple things. I like spending time with my friends and family.. playing cards, playing wii, being outside, especially with the dogs. I'm ready for some sunshine!
I'm really excited about this website, I've been struggling with my mental health for many years. This seems like such a comprehensive site and community.
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