I was diagnosed with Bipolar 2 disorder about five years ago. I don't think the psychiatrist really believed that I had it, he was just making me feel better by giving me a diagnosis. I have not been on any medications in a long time because my insurance ran out about three months after I saw that psychiatrist and I can not afford to see the doctor or get a prescription. I am about to go insane. I am having a hard time getting through all of this by myself. I have weeks of highs when I can do just about anything, weeks of lows when getting out of bed is hard, I can't concentrate, I am angry all the time, I hear voices, and am very paranoid. Is this normal? What is wrong with me?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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