Has anyone else bought somethiing ridiculous and expensive when manic? 2 weeks before I was diagnosed with BP2, I bought a motorcycle- paid cash that was set aside for a new fence around our land. I had HUGE buyers remorse the next day and since I paid cash, the title was already in my name. Now that it's "used", I've lost about $2,000 off the bat. And the worse part is- the bike is way to heavy for me and I tipped it several times- luckily the bike and I came out unscathed every time. Every time I go to the garage I get a pit in my stomach for being so stupid- such an expensive mistake. I feel so very stupid and can't afford to sell it and lose that much cash. So it's just sitting there as a daily reminder of a really, really stupid purchase. And I can't pick it up- it's too heavy, so I have to literally wait for a guy to drive by to help me. Big bummer. So if you've done something like that I hope you aren't beating yourself daily like I am..
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