This may sound weird but, I finally told my husband that I have been coming online to this community. This was very hard for me because I've had such a hard time admitting that I even am BIPOLAR! I think I am coming to realize that I am, so this was a big step for me to tell him about this group here. I didn't know how he would react, if he would think I was silly or whatever. He was actually happy that I was doing this and talking to people and getting all of your advice. He said it was good that I was just getting information to help me see that this is who I am and it's okay. He was happy that I could come here and see that there are other people like me and that I'm not alone. I've been coming to this site since January and have told no one. I don't know why I felt I couldn't tell him but now I have and I just don't understand why I thought it was such a big deal or why I had to be so secretive about coming here. Okay now I am babbleing, but I just thought I would share. Thanks.
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