that is doing good and wants to reflect on that. I was diagnosed bipolar 19 years ago and it was a heavy road traveled. However I am feeling good and have been for many years. I get sluggish and depressed, but i think it is because I lost my job and bills are catching up to me. Also I am alone and miss the companiship of a partner, however I don't have any bipolar symptoms as of now. No mania or severe depression. I am taking my meds faithfully as prescribed now for 3 years. I know better than to go off of them. So is anyone else feeling good and want to share how they did it. I really dont have a story of how it happened, but would love to hear how some have managed.
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