2 thoughts on “Bipolar Disorder Exhaustion

  • November 10, 2015 at 6:59 am

    Hi. Been reading some things from your blog and I just wanted to say I love your truthful, humanistic, and optimistic approach to dealing with real world problems that come with having a mental illness (like suicide attempts, family concerns, ect). I can relate to much of what you say; I also have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and know firsthand how difficult it is to try to cope day to day while your mood is changing like the weather. Hang in there and keep writing….. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  • November 11, 2015 at 8:51 am

    Hello Elaina

    I was also a morning insomnia, I think I woke up from 3am and 4am so no bearing more and stood up to read for a while and I was returning to bed at about 5am, then after another hour lying sleepless me Lift back to start my day. For this situation I start the day as tired as you say I slept very little and I feel bad about that.

    Like you I was diagnosed as bipolar disorder affected, however, I do not consider myself mentally ill, because according to many doctors say, bipolar disorder and other mental problems on labels can not be defined as diseases.

    Regardless consider me or not mentally ill, suffer the problem of bipolar disorder, which causes keep altered states of emotion, which makes you feel depressed when everything around me is in good condition, or is in a state of great happiness which medically it is called manic intensity or emotion, when I had a strong personal loss therefore should mourn.

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