Hey, has anyone ever experienced this. When you tell someone that your bipolar they start to distance themselves, then when they do get a hold of you they feel they can mistreat you and say anything to you with no consiquence. I have always been mistreated by people in general, my husband says it's because I'm too nice and I need to be more of a bitch. I think it is so unfair the way people think that they can do whatever they want and I'll take it. I am done being walked on, I say Screw it, if your going to tread on me you can take a hike. I had an epiphany last night that people might generally do this because they see me as less of a person because I suffer from a mental illness. They love me one day and I'm yesterday's trash the next. I'm sorry everyone, I just wanted to know if any of you go through this. I realize I am ranting, maybe it's the full moon. Peace
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