A short time ago i was vice president of the board of a local church, the pastor and I were good friends. I didn't realize it at the time but i was being sorta peranoid, and getting upset about silly things,and being vocal about it. He knew I was bipolar, and told me i could controll it but i just didn't want to. i found that incredibly insulting, althought in hind sight there may have been some truth to it. I was asked to step down from everthing i did there and it was allot, that made me very angry and I quit going there, just afew of the relationships I've ruined. I can't undo this but any ideas on controll, how do you controll peranoia when you don't know you have it.
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