guess what i figured out the problem! i took one step at a time. I guess you could say i'm having a good moment. I was wondering all day if someone would write to me and they did. Thank you.That means alot to me.View Thread
Thank you for taking the time to reply to my post. I'm finding this site alittle confusing. How do you put pics of yourself and how do you use the http? I just put example, is that correct...?View Thread
Hello, I'm new to this site and really to be honest new to even talking about being bipolar. I seen my family doctor today and he wants to put me on carbamazpine. I was wondering if anyone of you have been on this drug? I am really tired of feeling this way....I'm tired...physically and emotionally... i get migraines on top of being bipolar. I feel i'm alone. I feel i'm sinking in a hole of quick sand. Drowning fast....!View Thread
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