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Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? #750338 03/09/12 07:36 PM
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If you have bipolar disorder, what are your biggest problems? How does it affect you? Do you enjoy your mania? Is your mania extreme, or do you have hypomanic episodes? Do you have "normal" periods between your depression and mania? Do you have mixed episodes? Is it difficult to determine what type of episode you're experiencing, and when you're changing?

In my opinion, depression is a breeze, compared to mania. That's just my experience, and maybe that's because I am better able to cope with the depression. I just do not dig feeling like someone needs to knock me off the ceiling!! smirk


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Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750359 03/09/12 10:05 PM
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quote Kitten - Depression

If you have bipolar disorder, what are your biggest problems?

Unable to keep a schedule. Lack of concentration. Forgetting where I put stuff. Very Deep Thinking to the point of not functioning. Despair.

How does it affect you?

I have trouble communicating with others and I am totally un-in-tune with the popular culture and how it has accelerated.

I make a lot of social Faux Pas

Do you enjoy your mania?

I only use is to accelerate my spiritual and esoteric studies.

Is your mania extreme, or do you have hypomanic episodes?

It used to be. Now I have it under control via medication + meditation and concentration upon spiritual ' stuff '.

Do you have "normal" periods between your depression and mania? Do you have mixed episodes? Is it difficult to determine what type of episode you're experiencing, and when you're changing?

In my opinion, depression is a breeze, compared to mania. That's just my experience, and maybe that's because I am better able to cope with the depression. I just do not dig feeling like someone needs to knock me off the ceiling!! smirk

What do you do during your mania times ?

Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750373 03/09/12 10:17 PM
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don t both poles give rise to each other?

Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750379 03/09/12 11:50 PM
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It's more of a continuous oscillation that is until you strive to master the zero point at rest and minimize the wild swings.

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Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750380 03/10/12 12:22 AM
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well yes that s what i meant,i think mastering makes it worse.minimising too.

Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750381 03/10/12 12:26 AM
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ithnk bipolar though is the endless striving to achieve balance by countering.

Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750383 03/10/12 01:06 AM
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well, that's the trick and it has to do with the tao.

just let go and go be is the proper solution.

just like the eye of the hurricane.

you will not survive while it's spinning one way or the other.

you just let go and learn to be and let the oscillations do what they are going to do.

mastering yourself is letting go and letting be in my lexicon.

Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750391 03/10/12 01:34 AM
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ok i understood what you meant by mastering burt.
i m dealing with hurricanes in my third eye,so i m just going to add this,which that i let go and let be but inside me so i can look what it is ,so with my eye i look at it understand it and can let go til i come to the root.
i m not bipolar,but it is the same formular for anything bi-.

Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750395 03/10/12 01:50 AM
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To BurtB. What you described in few posts ,to me seems closer to BPD than Bipolar problems.I am a manic depressive and going on BPD a bit. a simple buddhist named loong

Re: Are any of you suffering from BIPOLAR DISORDER? [Re: Kitten - Depression] #750396 03/10/12 01:54 AM
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Hi loong,

Oh yeah !

I've had long-term Bipolar Disorder since I was 16yrs in 1977.

I'm 50 now.

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