do you think this is true? i've read many books and articles and have come to believe it is true ( i know, don't believe everthing you read-that's why i ask you! ) will i have to suffer the symtoms for the rest of my life, despite finding the "right cocktail" of drugs and therapy? sometimes even when i'm feeling good, it only takes one shot and i'm down again. i'm wondering if i'm just being over dramatic or should i urge my supporters to be a little more aware. it seems like they forget all about me when i am "well" :(
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