Growing up, I was so light hearted. Even through the so called crazy teenage years. But a friend of mine passed away when I was 17, and my dad believes that that is when my disorder was set in motion. I admit that I was never the same, but could it really be a reason for bipolar?? I've also heard that with bipolar people hold on to things a lot longer, more difficult to let things go. This has also been my experience, but again, because I'm bipolar? Or is it just an imperfection as a normal human being? These questions remain unanswered in me. Any help? -offbalance
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