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07/14/2008 09:05 PM

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chm31
 
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he blames on me being bipolar
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07/15/2008 07:00 AM
sweetpea012607

that's unfair to you. is he the same boyfriend who got you pregnant?

have you ever thought about counseling for any reason?


07/15/2008 04:36 PM
chm31
 
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yes im in therapyy for my bipolar

07/15/2008 07:47 PM
sweetpea012607

have you talked to your therapist about any of this?

07/15/2008 08:20 PM
chm31
 
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yes

07/16/2008 05:57 PM
sweetpea012607

I'm here to listen if you need me. I'm not sure what else to say at this point... but I'm praying for you.

07/16/2008 06:53 PM
chm31
 
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thank you i kinda of manic so im not really feeling well rrright now

05/04/2012 09:34 PM
chm31
 
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I lost it about 3 years ago it was my firs

05/05/2012 03:57 AM
maryandjimmie
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Chm31

I just read your post and I want to say I'm sorry for your loss. I also lost children and like you cried all the time for a long time afterwards. I think for me when I lost my baby I never grieved I just went on with my life trying to be strong but since I didn't deal with it and go through the grieving process so I had a hard time for a long time many years worth of extreme crying. I started to see a Dr for my depression and once I was able to go through the grieving process I started being able to deal with life better. I am here if youever want to talk.

Mary


05/05/2012 12:18 PM
mickeymouse
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I think anytime will bring the pain to the surface. And with Bipolar it is even harder. All you can do is talk it out. Maybe go do something special your self. Hugs
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