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Young and Poor: The Costs of Bipolar Disorder

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

ask youUnless you’re well-to-do, your early to mid-20’s most likely consists of scheming to live on the cheap.

You’re pinching pennies everywhere, from grocery bills to mark downs at the department store.

But saving money when you’re bipolar can be especially hard.


 
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