When I had my first manic episode/diagnose I became somewhat grandoise(sp) with feeling that I had to spread the message of Christ to others and help save them. I was already a relgious person, I just became extreme with it. Well the second one I had/ which was the last manic one I have had I became real religious again. So since then, which that was 2002, I have wanted nothing to do with religion because of the past. I fear when I am getting into it a little again that "oh no, this must mean I am becoming manic!" How do you know when it's just you and your fine not being manic. Like being hyper with energy, that is usually just us. But when you get manic you also have a lot of energy and so forth. So how do you know the difference? I know manic is more erratic but these little suttle things could spiral into something more.
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