K....so I'm having one of my downs, but it's not like my daily ups and downs. It's more like one of my drastic falls. I've been making conflicts with my friends. They are pretty sad about it. I'm growing distant and am not the nicest with them. If I drink, I end up damming them to hell and stuff. I'm finally going to start going to a psychologist and I might be put on medication. I'm hoping that helps. I explained to my roommate what's going on in my head and I just sent a message to on of my other friends. She had no idea about my depression or being bipolar. That will atleast let them know what's going on and y I'm acting the way I am. I need to fix things though. I'm still on a break down, but I can't lose them...I'm just so nervous to be near them though because of my sad moments and my anger fits. Can anyone help me out with this? How do I control it enough to not cause any conflicts with them? How can I keep them from being affected by this so much? Should I just back off from them until my roller coaster becomes more stable?
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