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TOPIC TITLE: bipolar girl in her early 20's: daughter, sister, student
Created On 6/9/05 2:58 PM
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Torsalicious613
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6/9/05 2:58 PM
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hello, just thought i'd create this topic for anyone like me who has these qualities. it's hard enough having them. but maybe, if we're able to on here, we can dicuss these issues openly without feeling guilt or embarrassment. besides, it's nice talking to someone who has almost the same exact problems as you. just thought it wouldn't hurt to be more specific. so bipolar girls who are students and sisters and daughters, i urge you to speak up. i'm sure i won't be the only one who feels better because of it. and guys: other people: don't feel afraid to start a topic of your own! this is mine! but i'm sure you can find the credentials to start your own. by credentials, i mean: confidence, pain, willingness to share and commiserate, and the desire to touch others and be touched by them as well. and oh yeah, another credential: the willingness to not only make a difference in your own life, but others' as well!

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lookinforhelp
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6/12/05 11:07 AM
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Dear Torah,

Wow do I miss this site! Isn't it so cool you can just vent and then you discover people just like you?

Actually, I am depressed, early 20's, daughter, sister and student- but is that close enough?

Lol, B"H my depression has been leaving me alone lately, but I still suffer from the other 3 things!!

How's your family situation?

Chag sameach, LFH
 
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Torsalicious613
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6/19/05 3:47 PM
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nice to find a kindred! my family is.. well.. my family. how about yours? how nice are they to you? understanding? if so, i would absolutely love and adore and cherish that too, as you probably do if they are. if they are not, you probably feel as i do, and would love, appreciate, adore, and cherish it too. believe me, with us bipolaroids, our familys are all very critical of us.. an appreciative understanding one is hard to come by. so if you've got one, appreciate it, and if you don't, like me, let's pray to g-d for one together.

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8/18/05 1:45 PM
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bpd is hard. it stinks.

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