Am I Bipolar?

Hi again, my dear friend,

I hope you are doing well, what I could not say about myself. Do not worry, everything is okay, except one thing… Yesterday I visited a doctor and… I have known I have Bipolar Disorder.

It is nothing, because I am used to be freak, weird and etc… But to know that I will never become like a normal human does not make me happy…

I just want to be happy.

With love,

Yours Rya

9 thoughts on “Am I Bipolar?”

  1. Miss Rya, I would like to recommend a book that is bringing hope to many who feel as if they will never be happy or normal. “Think Learn Succeed: Understanding and Using Your Mind to Thrive at School, the Workplace, and Life.” This is by Dr. Caroline Leaf. I have the book, and can tell you it is a wealth of practical and inspirational information. Blessings ♥


  2. I’d just like to say that being diagnosed with bipolar disorder is a good thing, not a bad thing. And it doesn’t mean you’re not “normal.” I have bipolar disorder and I’m just as weird as any normal person. Ha. Seriously, though, having a diagnosis means you can get proper treatment, if necessary. My life has improved immensely since i found a good doctor and the right treatment plan.


    1. Thank you). Yeh, here is a problem, my doctor just gave me a prescription for medicines. So, now I am looking for another one. But I would not call depression weeks a good thing 😀 but maybe you are right… I just have to learn to live. It is not easy for everyone I think.


      1. I don’t mean that depression is good. I mean having a diagnosis so you can get proper treatment is good. Sorry for the misunderstanding. I know there is trial and error involved with medication. I have been on many over the years. It can take time to find the right medication. It’s hard to be patient, I know. It sucks. But I try to grab onto whatever hope I can get.


      2. Yes, you are right. I just need more patient.) But you are right. Everything is okay. I only need to find a right way.


      3. I don’t mean to minimize what you’re feeling. I have often said the very same thing, that I guess I’ll never be normal. And it has been an enormous struggle for me over the decades. Many battles with deep depression. Even now, but I am on a good mix of meds right now, which makes a big difference.

        But yes, patience is key because getting “fixed” takes time, especially if you are trying to find the right meds. Hang in there.


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