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Kasey025 Having bipolar disorder is a day-to-day challenge for me. Everytime I feel like I'm doing well I turn a corner into a manic cycle or severely depressed cycle. Want to keep up with my thoughts so maybe it can help me.

Back to work ?!?

Oct 27 2009
So I am back to work. Its nice to be on a routine again, it has really helped me. I am finding myself already having anxiety though. Finally saw my new pdoc, he tried to play with my meds and got me allscrewed up but I'm a very stubborn patient and ingored him and smoothly put myself right back on my regular meds. I have got to go back in two weeks to see him again, he won't be happy with me but oh well its my body and I know what works for me. I had to just ride this last manic spell out. It was very hard for me and playing with my meds seemed to have just made it worse. I feel stable now, I hope I can stay that way. Its very hard for me to work. I just feel alot of anxiety but on the other hand keeping a routine helps me. I guess we will just see what happens lol.

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