I'm sure there must be others who cannot keep or lose jobs due to this "disorder." I also think the workplace nowadays is more demanding, which doesn't help. I have a very demanding job. I fit the bipolar part of the profile regarding intelligence. Always did well in school, good at my job, higher IQ. But this is a double-edged sword. The better you do at work, the more they expect, and here they are demanding it of the person who has a harder time than most tolerating stress. Anyone else feel that way?
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