About Me: Female, 30, Marion, IA, member since Mar 2008
Hello evryone. Lots of you have been there for me over the past few months and I needed to update this thing because I have Gone through some more intense changes. My GP seems to think that I was misdiagnosed as having bipolar disorder and i am going off of the medicati
[More]on used to treat that and back to an SSRI. All i can say i the whole thing blows me away. So for now i have no diagnosis, I am just here because the support I recieve here is the glue that holds me together some days. And i am thatnkful for all of you!!
I think of you often, and wonder how you are. Sounds as if "things" have been difficult, lately. If it helps, I think of you and your family and wish only the best life has to offer. Take care!
Just a quick note to say hi!
Hang in there. I understand. My daughter is bipolar and has had a real rough time but has done well for the past three years. She takes seroquel.
Hope you have support from family and friends. One day at a time!
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