Bipolar Disorder: We Experience Things Differently

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At 18 years old I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder II and a few months later Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It was shattering. I had just come to terms with mental illness after being diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety, several years prior. That in its self-took 5 years to do. It felt as if the moment I had become ok with depression and anxiety, it was taken away from me. I believed bipolar disorder was for crazy people that lived in asylums and PTSD was for soldiers, not someone who had been a victim of sexual assault. It took me a long time to come to terms with my new diagnosis but one of the most valuable things I was told was that I feel and process things on a different spectrum to others.

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