I have been in treatment for clinical depression for seven years, and have just recently been diagnosed as Bi-polar. My medication is constantly changing until we find one thats works. Because of this, I have been severly unstable, had to leave my job, move across the country to my brothers, and leave everything I know and love. I am having a hard time understanding this disorder and accepting that I have it. My doctor recommended I join a discussion group for support, so here I am. I would love to hear from others with Bi-polar.
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