I was diagnosed bipolar and have been on medication for about a month now. I've honestly been OK with the whole process for the most part. I'm thankful the medication has stopped my racing thoughts. However, my new overall perspective on life bothers me a bit. I'm still quite young, newly married, a lot of living still to do. But I feel like if something happened tomorrow and I died, it wouldn't bother me much at all. I am not suicidal, not depressed, not apathetic... but I don't know what that means. Maybe it's a good thing that I am willing to accept whatever my fate is, but shouldn't it bother me if I were to get hit by a drunk driver tomorrow? Your thoughts....
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