I have just recently gone through a manic episode involving a two week binge on alcohol and coccaine caused by a tramatic experience that just happened to me. I am now coming out of it and am waiting for my meds to kick back in (which I stopped taking)About a month ago I was involved with someome whom I had met through treatment and we went through bipolar and alcohol treatment together but unfortunaly relapsed together which led me to move back home with family and him going to jail. We were in contact the whole time he was incarcerated and I was led to beleive we were companions friends etc and after a whole year he was released and dissapeared on me. I thought something had happened to him for a couple of days I was sick to death worried and was in fear that he conned me. Come to find out he went back to his ex fiance and never planned on contacting me. Words can not explain what I feel now. I know I was conned and this led me into a manic episode and a two week binge. I am looking for anyone who can relate to this. Maybe not the male issue but what exactly happened to me in the past two weeks and how I should cope now that I am comming down. I never really followed through before with BP support groups etc. . . but I feel I have no choice now considering what just happened to me. I couldn't even tell you what days I binged on or anything. I really would appreciate anyone who can give me some pointers on what to do or just relate.I was clean and on meds and straight for almost a whole year and then this happened. I went through just about every emotion one could after this happened and then just went numb and straight into partying. Thanks.
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