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but moreso, it seems to resonate so differently for different people. especially because as of the past few years, bipolar has been some kind of catch phrase or as if its sexy or something, in the ignorant mainstream.i want a lot of questions answered, but i want to know the true for-sure answers… do you gain the weight because of the drug directly or because you change eating habits? does this ever get any better, for more than a few days?ive been on meds so long, i dont even know what life is like without them, so this drugged up version of myself is all i know, and thus idk what’s what. unfortunately i dont even get to enjoy this manic side – my meds do keep a handle on that, so my mania typically shows itself in anxiety and insomnia and obsessing over chores.i know i am lazy, but always because im too depressed, im worried if i get out and about ill be overcome with anxiety, and so i dont even like the word lazy. im tired all of the time, which i think is my seroquel but again im so used to it that i have no idea what things would be like without it. seriously, what is, if there is, the point to living a life that looks like the one im describing?Not everyone jumps to the extremes, but people with bipolar seem to have that tendency.Of course, because people with bipolar have jumped to the extremes – usually negative ones – we sure the heck worry about it once we get there.
And if that happens then all those pesky catastrophes we worried needlessly about will have come true.im probably not even bipolar, just using it as an excuse to explain my disdain for life.many days im living for my family – i know my death would break them.its all i can hold onto, or rely on as a constant positive. honestly, i think i want someone to tell me im right about how miserable i am, and to encourage me to step out on a life lived in this manner.hi Leila, one thing that I’ve noticed in general with life: those having more fun are the ones with an objective linked to something they love doing.