What if you did not have this disorder, and your life was good and right? What if you didn't want to kill yourself, and your family was proud of you were? What if you had a strong will, and cared about the things around you? What if you didn't have to take meds, and you could think clearly? What if you didn't hurt those around you, and you were stable? What if you could be someone else, and it was someone who was not bipolar? What if you didn't want to kill yourself...
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