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scarysanity"I stumbled across MDJunction in late June of 2012 by accident while reearhing Anxiety infrmation. MDJ has become a haven for me during my darkest days, yet has allowed me to reach out and help others through my experiences. I have found so many wonderful people/friends here on MDJ. Without it I would not be the person I am today!" (scarysanity)

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Rank Member
Online Status OFFLINE
Member Since 03/01/2009 02:41 PM
Last Online 03/06/2011 08:43 PM
Gender: Female
City: WNC
State: North Carolina
Occupation: Seeker
A little about me: I am 30 and have lived with Bipolar my whole life. I have addiction as well. I am a writer and an avid reader, I am also a student of literature. I am happily married to a wonderful and patient guy who also has a dual diagnosis. We've been married for 10 years.

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  "I am a survivor of Bipolar Disorder."
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kball gave me a Hug
03/07/2014 09:47 PM
a HugWorrying doesn't take away tomorrow's troubles, It takes away Today's Peace.

Love to All,

Nika8 gave me a Hug
03/05/2014 05:06 AM
a HugI hope you're feeling well today. Lots of hugs

sarahtroy gave me a Hug
01/19/2014 06:54 AM
a HugI'm so sorry to still be away on break. I think of all of you. I am itching to get back, but there is still some more personal business I must take care of first. Know that I miss you and can't wait to be back.


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My Diary
Tidal Waves
Oceanchild's Tidal Pool of Reflection: Musings of a Mercurial Soul...

What a difference a year makes? 02/13/2010  139 2
Dealing With Bipolar During Life... 04/25/2009  201 2
Update and Ramblings, Please lea... 04/16/2009  187 1
Rebel With a Cause 03/17/2009  172 0
How do I feel? 03/16/2009  131 0
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