My family is very understanding about bipolar disorder . My dad has had it for 20 years. I was diagnosed with it about 3 years ago. Why is it that whenever I flip out and go manic or get depressed they try to tell me to snap out of it or I'm tripping? My mom has read so many books and know what goes on. My boyfriend knows what goes on. They just don't feel like I do and I don't want them to. The feelings are undescribable. Every time I try to tell them I feel like they are too stupid or too slow to understand and get angry and full of rage and it's sooo frustrating! Then when I'm manic I mess up and I get blamed because I can't control my actions. Does anyone else have this problem and can relate? Any opinions?
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