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aTinaL"To me, Mdjunction comes down to motivation. The support and information I have found here motivated me to take a very proactive stance regarding my illness. This led me to find medication and doctors that are giving me my life back.
More important than even the motivation, though, is the friendship I have found at MDJ. I have made some of the best friends of my entire life right here in this group. Even though most of us have never met, it feels as if we have known each other for years.
If Angels walk among us, and I believe that they do, most of them are here at MDJ.
" (aTinaL)

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bipolarteen I'll get my anger, frustration and sorrow out through writing here.


I told my mom

Feb 17 2012
Two days ago I finally opened up to my mom. I told her about being bullied, crying myself to sleep, writing letters to the sister I don't have and so on. I told her I would do anything for someoneto talk to, a psychiatrist. I told her that I would pay it all myself. I also told her that I felt like my childhood as been without love or caring. That no one loved me. She got tears in her eyes, but didn't cry. I was sitting on the couch sipping like a baby with my mascara flooding under my eyes. I told her about the neighbor boys throwing rocks at me everyday after school at my bus stop. That I cried every time I came home from school and no one was home from work. I had bruises all over my body. The bullying part happened mostly at the old place where we used to live though. I still get breakdowns. Anyone caring enough to hear my story?...

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