About Me: Female, 35, Norwich, United Kingdom, member since May 2010
I was diagnosed with Bi-polar I (Rapid Cycling) in December 2009 (not long ago). I have begun a regime of trying different drugs and learning about my disorder. Looking back I have always suffered with Bi Polar but it has taken 13 years to finally get diagnosed. I have
[More] learnt to deal with being ill one day at a time or even one hour at a time, so I have no future plans.
I rapid cycle every 3 weeks currently and happily do this most of the time but about every 3 years the Bi-Polar gets a lot worse and I have a complete brake down. I am currently in the phase so things are a little bit out of control.
I still manage to hold done a job and I always here to ask about anything and even the most serious side this illness.
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