I know it's impossible, but I frequently feel that people can tell that I am bipolar, or really just that something is wrong with my head, as soon as they meet me. I know it isn't true, but I still think it. Job interviews or even just random social occasions; I just start to think that everyone I am talking to knows that my head doesn't always work how it should. So I try to talk myself out of it, but then I think: shit, why shouldn't they notice? I notice it all the damn time. Anyone have any insight on this? Cause it's been bothering me more and more. . .
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