I have had bipolar for about a year and a half and for the past half year I haven't been taking my meds. I'm starting to really slip up and I'm becoming more and more depressed everyday. I can't turn to my family because they pay for my meds and they think that I am taking them. I can't turn to my friends because I am scared of what they will think of me. The only real person who I could turn to is my girlfriend but she left for an internship in disneyworld (600 miles away). On top of that I think she has and still is cheating on me and she is using my illness against me. Sometimes I feel like I really have a problem and I need to seek out some help to get things fixed. Other times I feel like there isn't anything wrong with me at all and I should just deal with my problems by my self and not bother other people. What do I need to do?
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