I have denied for a long time that I was bipolar. I took the medication because I people telling me that it would help. I took it on their behalf. Now that I've stopped taking it, I've noticed a HUGE difference in the way I feel. The most troubling thing that I've noticed is that I find myself lashing out at my best friends then I spend the following 3 days putting everything I have into my apologies. I've almost lost one of my best friends because I told her that I did not even care about our friendship any more. This, however, is NOT true... I find myself lashing out at her often, and my apologies are beginning to sound like a broken record. When I'm having a bad episode, I'm impulsive and say whatever pops into my mind...which I end up regreting afterwards. I don't know what to say to her to ensure that we're still best friends. She doesn't understand. I need help! Why do I constantly lash out at these 2 friends?!
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