I went and bought the book An Unquiet Mind at the weekend.Was a book store i dont usually go to so couldnt find what i was looking for.Asked a female member of staff to help me out.Dont know why but i said the book was for my mum,once we found it the woman told me she was bipolar.It really hit me as ive never actually spoke face to face with anyone that is bp.We ended up chatting for ages about how we are and the things we do.When i left the shop we both said goodbye and keep well etc etc.I couldnt stop thinking about it and for some reason it really cheered me up.It just made me feel better i think.Do any of you know a fellow bipolar and if so how did the subject come up? Apart from on here obviously! x
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