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    About my episodes of BiPolar
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    Betzy11 posted:
    I just posted a few minutes ago.. I failed to mention that my boyfriend of 5 years also kicked me out of his house last March. Which was devastating to me I have grieved and wondered about this also. I was in a deep, deep depression while I was there. He didn't want me to be like that but I could not help it.
    He didn't know anything about Bipolar either. But it was bad.. I hated to get up in the morning and got to where I didn't do much work anymore .. Just fed up. and wore out from fighting all these problems.
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    slik_kitty responded:
    welcome to the board. it is hard getting through this, especially when friends and family do not understand. we always make it through though. we keep pushing and fighting and we get better.


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