I was just wondering what my first memory of a bipolar episode. I was put on prozac for deep depression when I was 15 and it made me super manic and I ended up in the hospital straped to my bed. I was scared shitless and pissed off at everyone I knew. I only relized later on when I was at the University of Oklahoma that I was bipolar after a doctor and I had a heated talk about it. I kept saying "you don't know what you are fucking talking about asshole". I wish I knew before I hit high school. It would have saved me a lot of bullshit I had to go through. Anyone else have any insight on the subject?
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