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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.
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Lord help me

Sep 10 2010

I hate where I am.  I can't get out of this hole.  I want so much, but can't make it happen.  I've gained a lot of weight, and I am NOT happy about it.  I have alwaysbeen really thin, and I am now heavier than I have ever been in my life.  I feel like a whale.  And it makes the hole deeper and darker.

Life is such an effort.  I would much rather sleep and let life go on around me.  

So tired.

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written by mjcarollson, September 10, 2010
You sound quite similar to myself, with the exception of having a history of being thin smilies/tongue.gif
written by Dit, September 10, 2010
Weight gain is a drag and it brings me down too. I know what it feels like to much rather sleep and let life go on around me. Sorry to hear you are so low and I hope you will feel better soon, glad you are posting a diary, its good to get it all out we are here for you...much hugs Dit.

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