Well I'm not sure if this is even a bipolar thing but I know back like seven months ago when I was briefly on Celexa I had an episode where I saw the entire world in front of me flip on its side and then go back to where it was, it was followed by me feeling ULTRA AWESOME but I knew it was a weird thing and I didn't really feel awesome it was just like feeling good but knowing it's not real euphoria or anything, and I did a little giggling but then I felt really shitty inside because I knew it was completely not normal or anything. I've had this about 3 times, usually when I'm in a super good mood or nothing in particular is bothering me. I thought it might have been a blood pressure dropping thing but I'm not sure. I have my next appt with my therapist monday so I'll be telling her about it but in the meantime while it's on my mind have you guys experienced anything like that or no?
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