|Member Since||03/23/2011 09:01 PM|
|Last Online||04/15/2011 05:33 PM|
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|A little about me:||20+ years of missed-diagnosed bipolar type 1
Always was told it was depression which did nothing for the mania....nuf said
I am so very lucky to have that special someone in my life that really understands and is right next to me every step of the way. With out her support and compassion it would be a dismal outlook, as the prognosis of bipolar in the society we live in holds a certain stigma'. I on the other hand don't see this as any sort of handicap and or illness, anymore than some one with a common cold. I can't see buying into all the crap and labels the rest of the
" normal" people tend to want to put on people they are not only fearful of, but in all honesty really don't understand. If people can put a label on something they don't have a clue about, that somehow makes it "ok". I get a real kick at others thinking they are normal. Ask yourself one thing,” what is normal"?
It's obvious, that that definition holds a different value in each owns eye, and with that, we are not embracing the uniqueness and individuality of our own specialized soul. Why does everyone want to be the same? When u finally get up the guts to step out the box people dictate is “normal”, you relize how small of a box you have really been living in. I am one who since the ripe age of 6 has always challenged the status quo and will continue to be critical thinker till the day my soul exits this rock. Don't let others dictate your perception, thoughts, ideas of and or reality. Embrace your uniqueness and live the best you know how to at every given moment. String as many of this moments together as you have the ability to do and make your world what you want it to be.
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