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Jessie | One Lost Coin Jul 14
If you suffer from , , , , any type of - you may have no one physically close that understands but you have a whole 🌎 on Twitter that does. You are not alone. Your story matters! Pls reach out if you need anything. ❤️
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Preston Jul 15
6 years ago today marks the last time I tried to commit suicide. 6 years ago today marks the last time I was hospitalized. 6 years ago today marks the last time I drank alcohol. 6 years ago today, my whole life changed.
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TooHalves Jul 13
Many people think is just about having ‘highs’ & ‘lows’. No. It is not. It’s like a painter’s palette where you can mix dozens of colours in any combination: anger, anxiety, a range of different (horrid) physical sensations.. Too many to list & always, always changing..
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chris Jul 12
Today I was brave Today I had the courage to get diagnosed. It's something I knew but now there is no going back. I have Today is the first day of the rest of my life :) Thank you for all your support. Would be lost without it and that of my family 💞 x
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George Mason Jul 16
Do other people feel that there mental health issues are worse because of the heat? My OCD is through the roof. Can anyone else not sleep? ☹️
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HI - Function Jul 12
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Aubrey Good Jul 18
Another lesson from this week’s : One person’s wellness will not look the same as someone else’s. After being spooked by a negative depiction of , I realize sharing the illness with others does not tie me to their fates. Individual lives=individual journeys.
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Miss Birdie Sugarplum 🕊 Jul 15
It's so easy to get consumed by your illness and the negative impact it has on your life that you forget all the positives it also brings. Would my life be easier without and ? Hell yes. Would I still be me? No. No I wouldn't.
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This Manic Mind Jul 15
I've never had a psychotic episode as someone with Bipolar 2, but it can be a feature of Bipolar 1 during mania. Mania is just as dangerous for the sufferer as depression. Hypomania, though less severe, still has it's own problems. Both need to be treated.
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Bipolar Cat 9h
The lady came and she gave me lots of different things to try. It turns out I was already doing a some of things they suggest. She said sensory issues are actually really common but nobody talks about it so it often gets missed. I'm glad I'm getting some help
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#FightingForMeagan Jul 12
Move forward. Each day is a new day. Have hope. Think positive. Try each day to improve your Remember there are thousands of people, that suffer with , you are not alone.
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Vixxy Rose Jul 14
Currently sat here crying looking at my semi colon tattoo triyng not to let the darkness take me over but all I wanna do right now is self harm or do something destructive it is so hard to fight those urges
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Lotus Flower Jul 16
You are NOT alone! You can reach out for help. RT this and let others know that whatever they are going through, they have support.
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HI - Function Jul 17
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Vixxy Rose Jul 18
⭐️ mentally and emotionally breaking right now feeling like I never do anything right 😔 so note book and tea at the ready I can’t and I won’t live like this I have to fight this ⭐️
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Bipolar Cat Jul 19
A week since I quit smoking today! I also went to the gym and did a bunch of emails and bills etc that I'd been putting off. Life feels pretty normal when my mood is stable apart from my sensory issues/anxiety
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marta.piedra Jul 17
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ArtsyBorderlineBlogs 6h
Its still sinking in..diagnosed type 2...ive known for years..but officially diagnosed now 15 yrs later..i kept thinking i was making it up in my head..ishould never of second guessed myself
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The Bipolar Battle Jul 14
Do you feel a difference if you forget to take your meds? I sure do. It's like night and day. Everyone loves to point it out too. Just remember, we all mistakes. Simply get back to your med taking schedule. All my love, my friends.
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John Bradfield Jul 15
My partner lives with type 2 bi-polar and is medicated daily. She is the perfect mother to my 5 year old and a brilliant role model. I couldn’t ever hope for a better mother for my child who means absolutely everything to me!
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