standing between me and a promotion are some of my symptoms. i have already stated that i have bipolar but the people in charge of this promotion are not aware of what the symptoms are. do i simply address their concerns or do i raise the issue of my bipolar disorder? i don't want to look like i'm looking for an excuse but i don't want to lose out because i'm mentally ill. what to do? i am very frustrated and feel like giviing up on something i worked long and hard for but i feel like hearing how others have handled it may help me at this important juncture.
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