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I really love your site and appreciate you writing so much about your experiences with bipolar, depression, anxiety, etc. It is so informative and I appreciate so much when you write about topics that I don’t understand.
Thanks so much, I am happy to be able to write about it. I really just like hearing about others’ struggles with these things. Especially the ones that I don’t understand. I also enjoy reading your posts on the onlyfans blog. I am not sure what it is about you, but you are the only one I have ever come across who seems to have a really good understanding of bipolar disorder.
I can’t claim to be a bipolar disorder expert, but I think it’s a very interesting subject to write about. I don’t know if I can really explain it, I think it is just like a disease that is almost never fully understood by the person who suffers from it. I’d like to think that the main difference between a bipolar disorder and a normal mood disorder is that the latter is always present and the former is always there.
The thing is most people who go on to suffer from mood disorders (or maybe it’s a bit more accurate to say they have an untreated problem with mood disorders) don’t realize that they suffer from a mood disorder in a way that is very different from the way a normal person (or anyone not suffering from bipolar) does.
Well, I can go along with that. The key difference between depression and bipolar disorder is that in depression the mood disorder is under control, whereas in bipolar it is always present and the mood disorder is always there. This is why bipolar people often go through periods of depression and periods of mania.
Well, you can take this one up with my doctor.
To me, depression is a mood disorder. I mean, when I’m depressed, I’m depressed. When I’m manic, I’m manic. I have no desire to be around people.
I’m thinking of some of the people I’ve been with for a while. I’ve been with a few different types of people before, and they all seem to have their own distinct types of depression and manic phases. I have to say that this is a bit much to explain all that. To me though, I think depression and manic phases are separate things.
I think you could say that depression and manic phases are separate things, but they are not. Think about the fact that depression is a mood disorder. You can’t just say, “I’m depressed,” and know it’s a valid diagnosis. I mean, it is a mood disorder, but the way that it manifests is completely different from the way that manic phases manifest.