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    Spouse Depression Discussions
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    Circuitman posted:
    Would like to discuss any issues of spouse or partner depression and other related issues of ADHD, BiPolar, Depression, Irrational Behavior and Irrational Decisions in ones life
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    Finallyfree responded:
    I myself are all the above. Im 29yrs old and have been married for ten yrs. i was just recently diagnosed with major depressive, bipolar 1, Adhd, manic depressive. this has went untreated for nine of the ten yrs ive been married. Finally this past yr i knew something had to be done.if my spouse didnt truly love me she would have been gone a long time ago. its hard but u have to understand its not his or hers fault.its something if treated correctly things can get better. would love to talk more about this. i hope i was helpful. thx
     
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    Finallyfree replied to Finallyfree's response:
    being bipolar is hard. i was raised with a father who suffered ptsd and flashbacks from vietnam.the way i was taught to deal with a problem was whipping someones ass. then feeling bad about what i did after the damage had been done.mood swings was normal for me.for example i would be happy in a great mood and if someone looked a me the wrong way.it took over. it being the rage.for the longest time i wondered where does this rage come from. i thought i was a good guy and was most of the time.im not bragging about this. im ashamed and want to help people understand that at the snap of a finger i could be triggered.but ive got help for this bipolar. prx lithium 900mg klonpin 2mg a day.
     
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    Finallyfree replied to Finallyfree's response:
    for the depresion its a combination of hereditary and not being able to do things i used to do.i was injured while playing high school football.three hearniated discs in my lower back. one day i could get up off my floor in my house due to these back issue.cant work general labor jobs.this is where my depression comes in. celexa 40mg a day.
     
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    Finallyfree responded:
    Adhd omgoodness where do i begin. it started in grade school. i had difficulty learning and staying focused. i had to have tudors.symtoms racing thoughts,cant sit still. i interupted people.it goes on and on.If not treated it can be impairing.it was torture to take a test and try to focus and learn while being untreated.now tht i am treated.im finally free.prx adderal 20mg 2xs a day


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