Hi after being hypomanic on and off for the past one or two months I have finally started to come down.Lucky I haven't crashed into deep depression,however I am going lower than I want.I'm on my meds to keep me stable but they don't completely stop me from crashing.I'm learing to cope with this on my owm for the first time,family don't understand me so there's no point in telling them what's happening.I'm trying to keep happy and hopefully but keep slipping and want to cry throughout the day.I do have a few support people I can go to if thigs get really bad,but I hate telling people what I'm going through because I feel like I'm lumping it on them.Does anyone get what I'm saying? How do you cope on your own? I feel like I'm a damn burdon to everyone if I'm always asking for help or support.
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