Hope everyone is doing ok today!
The COVID restrictions have made socializing pretty limited, so there has been lots of "me time" and often reflecting during those alone times. I have been soooooo grateful for our community here to help with those feelings of isolation at times!
in my reflections, I am really realizing how few "supportive" friends I have. I have friends, but not too many, if any at all, that I can talk to about issues dealing with bipolar or other mental health issues. I don't really talk to my friends about it, which makes it difficult to feel like they truly know the real me, and difficult to understand real friendship.
Sure, I know I've been gossiped about every time I've had a break requiring hospitalization. A few visited over the years. Grateful for that.
I'm just wondering if anyone here can relate?
Im looking forward to maybe signing up for an in-person class once it's safe to do so and keep trying to meet new people.