bipolar decisionsSometimes I feel like my approach to life is all out of wack.

I write the wrong cover letter for a job or send the wrong email to a guy.  It’s all a wreck.  And it’s always been that way.

Recently I was ready to break up with my boyfriend and had it sort of planned out.  I was going to have dinner, give my speech about how we’re not intimate enough, and be done with it.

Then, next thing I know, I am leaving a mean post it note on top of his belongings quoting a sex text he sent to an old flame.

Two completely different break up approaches.

Higher road?  Or lower self?  Or higher self? And lower road?

Bipolar questions.

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    Last reviewed: 8 Sep 2012

APA Reference
Loberg, E. (2012). Bipolar Decisions. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 25, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/manic-depression/2012/09/07/bipolar-decisions/

 

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