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AlanKin Just A Daily Diary Of My Moods And Feelings

My Days Without Meds

Jun 30 2009
Since I've Been Off My Meds.. Things Have Been Hard. Since I've Been Off My Meds Good And Bad Things Have Happened, I Lost My Girlfriend Of 2 Years.. But I Have Gained A Girlfriend That's Trying To Understand Bi-Polar Disorder. When I Have Mood Swings I Don't Get Yelled At Like I Used To When I Was With My Ex. But Another Bad Thing Is I'm Not On My Meds. And I Still Get My Mood Swings And Get Upset Easy. Sometimes I Can Control It To Where Nobody Can Tell I've Hit A Low Point Where I Just Wanna Hide And Cry. Then There's Times Where I'm All Alone And Just Start Crying My Eyes Out And Dont Know Why And I Get Really Depressed To The Point To Where I Wanna Just Wanna Die. Its Hard From 11 Years Ago When I Though I Had A Learning Disorder. But Since Then I've Been Learning Bi-Polar Isn't Just A Disorder. It A Learning Experince. It's Been Hard For Me To Get A Job And Keep It But I Try And WhenI Try My Hardest I Can't Keep One. I Really Put My Mind To Keeping The Job. But I Always Lose It. It Makes Me Feel Really Bad And Depressed. But Keep Trying. I Tried For Disability But I Was Denied. I Dont Know If I Should Try Again Or Try To Keep Working.. Only Time Will Tell.. Be Back Tommrow And Write Somemore

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