Hindsight is 20/20

I loved this post. It contains a thread that is common or similar to any of us that have bipolar, and that’s why I’m sharing it. Besides that, I’m all about hope, and this post contains heaps of it. Color Me Bipolar is well worth the follow

Color Me Bipolar

It’s funny how my mind works. I woke up at 1:30 this morning, checked my powerball numbers (I didn’t win. Only had 1 number), and then I thought about how I let my initial bipolar diagnosis, scare me out of some great opportunities.

How can someone have a deep thought like that, just mere minutes after waking up in the middle of the night? I don’t know, but it’s how I roll, apparently.

Which brings me to my blog submission for today!

Being diagnosed with bipolar disorder is a very scary thing. Mainly because of the stigma that is attached to it. Because we all know, EVERYONE with bipolar disorder, is unstable and shoots up the post office. People with bipolar disorder are crazy and unpredictable. But no one understands that these are things that can/ maybe/ might happen while some one is UNMEDICATED or not under professional care!


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