Hi everyone! I have always wondered, what is pressured speech?? Can anyone define this for me? Also, i am 52 years old and "always" have had problems with "mood" I notice in myself a period of severe depression that lasts for months and months on end and then sometimes a period of creativity and a burst of energy, i used to get up early, felt orginized and ready to go, now, for the past year or so something has changed! I find it SO difficult to get up and start my day, i have let myself go in that i dont really care that much on how i look, i lay on the couch and watch TV all dang day and that is not like me! Also, i can flat BLOW UP and have horrible screaming FITS! I get told by my dad: quit trying to tell several stories all at once! And he tells me that i jump from subject to subject, Im so embarrassed about this "trait" i have! Could i be bi-polar? View Thread
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