i woke up this morning thinking about something. do you go through the day thinking that bipolar makees you weaker or stronger? from what ive read here and from my own thoughts i know that a lot of us think that it makes us weaker but we need to think about that for a minute. picture the person in your life that you want most to understand and except you. could they handle this or would they do what most people that arent used to this would do and stay in bed forever? just to deal with what we deal with on a daily basis takes an extreme amount of stength in my opinion. most "normies" couldnt handle one day of the racing thoughts and depression and the mood swings. what doesnt kill us makes us stronger and god never gives us more than we can handle and all that. if thats true than we deserve an award or something for our strength and bravery. we need to keep our heads held high because when you think about it, nobody but us could deal with this. pat yourselves on the back for being such a strong unique individual.
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