My husband is 23 months sober, working his AA program - one day at a time. Prior to my diagnosis, I went to some Al-Anon/Adult Children meetings, but haven't been back for nearly a year. I am finally starting to realize that I am powerless over being bipolar, I need to accept the things I can't change, change the things I can, and have the wisdom to know the difference. I am toying with the idea of going back to the meetings, but am afraid of not fitting in. Do any of you have experience with working the 12 steps to help you with living as a bipolar person?
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