My bipolar disorder has left me unable to control my emotions, think clearly, and function at home.
My mood swings have left me feeling anxious and agitated.
I have been living with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) for about a year.
I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2012, but I did not know the condition existed at the time.
In the last few months, I have undergone many treatments to combat my symptoms.
My condition is so severe that I cannot leave my home.
I am living with a host of mental health issues, including depression and anxiety, insomnia, and chronic fatigue.
As my depression and my anxiety increase, I find myself trying to fit in.
My symptoms have worsened since my diagnosis.
I feel anxious and anxious.
I also have panic attacks, flashbacks, insomnia and bouts of paranoia.
I’m also afraid to go outside or take a shower.
I struggle to take care of my family, and when I do get time, I am often left alone.
I spend the majority of my days in a house with the door closed.
I don’t feel like I have a home.
I know that people with bipolar disease are able to live their lives normally, but it takes a lot of hard work to be able to get to that point.
I’ve spent the past two years working on overcoming my mental health problems, learning how to manage my symptoms and becoming a better person.
I started taking anti-depressants at the age of 15, but they were too expensive.
I couldn’t afford to pay the monthly bills that I had to pay to keep my medication and medications I had bought over the years.
I found a way to pay for them using a credit card.
When I found out about Bipolar Nation, I started to get involved in this website.
BipolarNation.com allows people to donate to people with Bipolar disorder through a combination of donations and referrals.
I’ve been on the site for about two months now.
I made it my main source of information about BDI.
I know a lot about it, and I am proud to have helped people who need it.
When I first started BDI, I was a total failure at managing my symptoms, and was struggling to maintain my life.
I had no idea how to get through my day, and it was impossible for me to concentrate.
When my depression was so severe, I felt so alone and miserable.
It wasn’t until I began taking anti‐depressant medication that I found myself getting to a point where I was able to do some things, like going outside and getting a shower, that helped me manage my anxiety.
It has been a long road for me.
I started out as a total novice at BDI and was on the verge of losing my job, my life, and even my sanity.
I was trying to figure out how to find work and find a stable lifestyle to live in.
I’m so grateful for the help I’ve received from BDI so far, and to everyone who has been there for me and supported me through the hard times.
BDI helps people with mental health disorders to get the treatment they need, whether that means taking a prescription or getting a referral.
I think the biggest thing that BDI has helped me with is the support and the ability to share my story with others.
I want to tell people about the good times and how BDI helped me cope with my illness and to show people that it’s not the end of the world if you take your medication.
I can’t thank BDI enough for helping me live my life normally.
I hope that you can find the strength and strength of BDI to support you and your loved ones through these difficult times.