In November I got manic in a nasty way. I didn't get to stay in a hospital or anything like that but living became uncomfortable. That is the best way to describe the way I feel all the time; uncomfortable. I get lost in my head a lot and rely on steady environments for comfort. Every now and then I fall far into myself and freak out when I realize where I am physically. Can anyone relate to this? I know it isn't the most commonly cited manic experience but I am sure others much feel it. For example, you're walking down the street with a friend eating some peanuts and when you look up from your hand it feels like you were just thrown into another world. This is my big problem and it's ruining my relationships and everything else because I am never actually "there". Who is else is chronically lost in their head?
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