About Me: Female, 64, Rockport, TX, member since Jun 2010
Hi, I live on the Gulf Coast in the great state of Texas. I have fought major depression disorder for over 20 yrs. before I was dx with Bipolar I. I'm just trying to battle MI and live as normal a life in spite of it all. If I could do anything for Bipolar patients,
[More] I would stop the stigma connected to the illness.
"I have not heard the term "soft Bipolar" but perhaps he was saying it was a "soft call", like showing some of the symtoms??? There are catagories of Bipolar and the "softest" is named cyclothymia. Perhaps you can do some research on li..."
"I start working a part time job on tomorrow. I am already starting to stress. The job is easy, taking care of an elderly gentleman, but I am so stressing. The last few times I tried to work I go manic. I am on disability so it's not ..."
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