After my failed suicide attempt, I ended up in the hospital with all the bipolar patients. The first thing I noticed was that all of us smoked. we would line up in the morning for our meds, and smoking patch. Smoking was not allowed at or, on the grounds. Since we all were locked up for the week there was no way to get a cigarette. Most of the people were so excited to get out (for more then that reason...lol)and said first stop was to get a pack. I took the opportunity to quit( 2 weeks so far). My question is.....what is the percentage of bipolar suffers that smoke?
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