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    marydiane90 posted:
    have bipolar disorder and i do not know how to dill with it or what to do i need help were do i start
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    bpcookie responded:
    Hello Mary, sorry that it took so long for your post to be replied too. Its nice to meet you and welcome to the board.

    Do you have a pdoc and a tdoc? Also are you on meds? Those are the first 3 places to start at. The 4th place to start at is this board. We will be here for you and give you support and friendship.

    Can you give us a little more details about whats going on? We can answer your questions and help better if we know a little more.
    Eat right and exercise!!! You will die anyways but at least you will look good.

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