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True-life bipolar blog written by a bipolar brain. Topics range from serious 2 silly and include: Relationships, Spiritual, Suicide, Wellness, Medications, Doctors, Daily Living + more. Lots of lessons and laughs incorporated. This is a must read.

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    on Apr 11, 2012 in Suicide bipolar depression hope suicide
    In the last months 2 friends admitted to me that they want out. As in contemplating and acting on suicide. One in particular is a long time friend. He is older middle age. Has a loving doting family. No financial worries. His world in my eyes is easy...
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  • Signs of Hypo Mania
    on Feb 25, 2012 in Well Being bipolar edge fence hypo-mania
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