a couple of years ago, i was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. i had the mania that everyone talks about, anger, depression, and all that. but about a year ago i started getting weird. i would talk like a little kid and say things that didn't make any sense. i would hallucinate a lot, but i thought it was real at the time because my brain wasn't working properly. some of my friends will say that they are other people and i believe them and then i get really confused. if i'm in the car and i'm looking out the window, i think i'm watching tv. i can actually make it go away now, but it still happens. i thought it was some weird version of mania, but it only lasts for an hour. but then it comes back again the next day. last time it only lasted for a month and this time it's been 4 months. sometimes i'm really mean and sometimes i'm really nice. one time i forgot who my boyfriend was and i thought he was going to kill me and i freaked out. i was talking about this on the bipolar disorder group and they thought it was psychosis, but i'm on geodon and lamictal and i have been for a while and it's still there. so i'm starting to wonder if it's from ptsd. does anyone know what it is?and how to make it stop? it's kind of annoying.
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