Hey Moira, I have selected this picture to help educate yourself regarding the differences of manic and depressive states of bi-polar disorder. Hopefully this will help you pin point symptoms you may have, as well as understanding and recognizing when you are in manic or depressive state.
It’s easy to spot what we consider traditional depression symptoms: crying, lack of movement, sadness, silence, brain fog, slumped body, lack of desire, fear, hopelessness, helplessness and an overall worry that life is not worth living. I’m here today to talk about the OTHER depression that is often mistaken for a personality flaw or seen as someone simply being in a bad mood. #Repost -RD
When combined with prescribed medication, these alternative approaches may help you better manage the symptoms of bipolar disorder. #naturalremedies #bipolar #emotionalhealth #everydayhealth | everydayhealth.com
I feel like I've never recognized any of my symptoms as symptoms and neither have those around me and if I bring them up now people won't take me seriously and I won't get any help ;-; whatever life goes on