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Dit"I've been a grateful member here for over 4 yrs this place has changed my life of course for the better, coming to the groups has enabled me to no longer feel so alone. As a group leader for the Bipolar Support group I can relate to others and am expressing my experience strength and hope and this is very rewarding, I've also made many supportive friends here whom I talk to some daily. I used to have a lot of 'lows' since becoming member here at MdJunction I no longer have these lows." (Dit)

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LaurenCat Hi, I am 40 years old, and was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder (Mixed State) when I was a teenager, so I have been living with it for a long while. Overall, I manage the BP quite well. Also cope with several other health issues. (Fibromyalgia,Chronic Fatigue,Petit mal siezures, IBS, Asthma, Allergies, chronic excema,migraine, hypothyroidism.)
Am married to a wonderful man, have three great children, two daughters 23 and 19 and a son of twelve. Also have three stepsons, 24, 20 and 15 yrs old.
I have been a stay at home mom and wife for the past three years, was in advertising and real estate before that.
My motto is always "Stay strong, keep smiling, have faith" and remember, there are others out there with bigger problems than I have.

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Feeling slightly panicked about this comming week!

Mar 11 2012
Have to go to my sister in laws wedding on Saturday. THey live a way away, so we leave on Friday and return on Sunday. Hate traveling and being away from home. Having to fit in with someone elses routineand use somone elses 'stuff'. Don't 'have much support at home from hubby about it, he feels I am making a 'M ountain out of a molehill.' So I think this is going to be a long hard week. But am going to do my best NOT to fall apart

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written by Light68, March 11, 2012
Hang in there, make time for you while your away.

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