Do you think its possible to get psychosis without being bipolar? I know that at one point, I lost all control. I dont know what it was. Pure anger and rage maybe? And suicidal. I dont know so much anymore really. But I ended up in the hospital. I reread some journal entries from then. My thoughts were so bizarre and i was convinced the air vent was full of gases to kill all of us psycho's. I remember that thought clearly. It was the most bizarre time of my life. I just dont even remember how it got like that. OR what my underlying issue was. Something to do with weird thoughts i think. I remember thinking i was a lesbian and I insisted my whole family go on a vacation five states over to see the girl I thought I was in love with. I think i was purely pyschotic. Because I have never in my life acted that way and I am definatly not a lesbian. I have no idea where I got such an idea or any of the ideas I had at that time. But I think (truly truly think) the meds I got put on fucked with my head and made me act that way when I stopped them. Anyway, desperatly trying to figure out the confusion because aside from that craziness, I honestly do not think i'm bipolar. Someone wise enlighten me??
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