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Re: Bipolar 2 and Isolation

Posted by malthus on June 28, 2004, at 22:56:26

In reply to Re: Bipolar 2 and Isolation, posted by pegasus on June 7, 2004, at 11:29:07

I can relate well to the isolation thing. I have been recently diagnosed with BP2 and reading your post put the puzzle piece in place for me about isolating. I recently went to the shore with a few friends and felt hemmed in by always being around them (I live alone with two cats). When I got home I headed straight for the bed and didn't emerge for two days. I just couldn't take laying there anymore and vowed to begin an exercise routine at least three times a week to get out of my apartment (I'm a teacher on summer vacation but find it very difficult to have unstructured free time). After rollerblading today I hit the sack at 3:00pm and didn't wake up until 7:00. I can feel the downward cycle beginning as I've been a bit manic the past week or so. My doctor wants to put me on Lamictil. I'm seeing her tomorrow. I hope it helps. I also have treatment resistant depression. I hope you are feeling better. Do you take any medication? Take care.




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