As long as I've been bipolar, I admit I've never done much research until now. I wonder if others relate to this: It is sometimes nearly impossible to pry myself out of bed in the morning, even when I worked (which was the reason they let me go); due to side effects of meds & just plain depression. It this common amongst others? I'm almost always late to everything. My best time of day is early evening watching a favorite show w/my daughter - probably becuz I know I'm "not supposed to be doing anything else." I don't feel guilty then. How does one keep a job when they can't or won't get up? I guess I've decided to meet w/the disability atty on Monday and if I have to go months upon months w/out income, I'm going to have to literally force myself to pretend like I'm normal. Any input is greatly appreciated.
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