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    Virtual Bipolar World
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    jenifer1974 posted:
    This site has been created to unite individuals, friends and family living with bipolar disorder. A site where people can share experiences and tips, ask questions, chat, etc. — all without being judged. Enjoy your own kind of community.http://www.virtualbipolarworld.com
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    changewater responded:
    Thank you Jenifer,

    The site has really helped my son communicate with other in real time as well as there forums and blogs..We have never seen a site like this for Bipolar...He loves it and we are so truly happy for you to share the site with our family.

    Best Regards,

    Mrs.Mckathy
     
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    bpcookie responded:
    Hello jenifer, Is this your site? One that you created? I just went there and checked it out, looks pretty interesting. I give it a thumbs up.
    We will be friends until we are old and senile,.........then we will be new friends!!


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