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Old 01-18-2011, 10:08 PM
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Default Both of us are bi-polar

Me and my man are both bi-polar and ex addicts. He is still incarcerated and i have been self recovering addict clean for almost 3 yrs. I found that self realization and routine are the key to controlling my bipolar and avoiding drugs. I have helped my man by sharing my experiences and today we had the most wonderful conversation not only because he actually absorbed what i was saying but knows i understand his problems. He seemed to have a break through and talked to me for the first time about his problems. I just wanted to share this for anyone dealing with bipolar and addiction. It helps to know where they are coming from and the thought process they have.
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