i've been dealing with this BP issue for 30 years...10 of them diagnosed and medicated..I want to know how other people deal with the loneliness,and the isolation.I once had an active social,work and family life..I am now on disability, children are grown..friends drifted off..and my husband is at his wits end.. he is a very social creature ,, Im 42, living as a shut in..No amount of meds helps with the social anxiety and I have been seeing my therapist for 8 yrs...Does anyone have any Bipolar tricks up their sleeve to deal with this? I welcome all advice
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