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benf"I came to MDJunction looking for answers I had about being Bipolar. a friend was suffering from this and I wanted to understand what it was. the more questions I had ,the more I learned how to deal with my own issues, PTSD,Depression,insomnia just to name a few. the people I have meet here have become more than friends, they have become family.
I have gone from "yes I need help" to "how can I try to help you?" I am so grateful for all the help and support the members have given me here, I am glad I can return the favor by being one of the many great group Leaders. ( benf)
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mouseam beware i am as mad as a hatter.

the price is right.

Mar 18 2010

This is the first time I have been in a relationship since I have been stable. (Fully 100% and medicated) It's a very different feeling. As normally in relationships, I get very obessed in the beginning than, by that drive the person away. I am trying so hard not to do that. It helps that she has some of the same tendancies as myself. Everything just feels very comfortable, I really like it, I have never felt this before. 

 On another note, it's weird when you look back and you THINK you were stable in that moment, and you realize now, you SO were not. My last relationship, I was extremely hypomanic, very intense, very over the top. Even though we broke up for different reasons, I am pretty sure it contributed to it. 

I am determined to make this work, no more of my old habits.  

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