Does every bipolar person get to that stage where they can’t be bothered to take their pills. Or think they’ll do better without them?
Because I’m at that stage. Taking my tablets makes me feel sick. I absolutely despise taking them. They make me feel like an out cast, not normal, different. And yes it’s good to be different but not in this way.
Taking my tablets in front of friends is horrifying. Going out to a club is horrifying, people ask, “why aren’t you drinking.” I say I don’t feel like it but they try & force you to. Then you end up telling them the whole story. “Because I take tabs,” “why?” “I’m bipolar” & so on & so forth.
“Be careful who you open up to. Only a few people actually care, the rest are just curious.” -Anonymous
so I haven’t been doing any exercise lately & I have put on quite a bit of weight from not doing so & because of my tabs.
I’d just like to know what exercise other bipolar people do, that’s easy & not so time consuming!
I know that I am lethargic & have literally no energy, unless I live on energy drinks 🙈, so I don’t think I could manage with heavy exercise at the moment.
I mostly want to lose weight on my tummy & thighs. Anyone have any ideas?
so I’m thinking about deleting this blog, all I do is vent to myself. It sounds stupid when I say it outloud.
It’s not doing any good or bad so what’s the point?
Are you living or just existing?
At the moment, I’m stuck in the middle of the two. On one hand I’m living but on the other I’m just a girl on this earth.
Existing: I’m good at just existing as it requires hardly anything to do. I work, sleep, don’t sleep, eat & bath. Same things over & over. I’m just the norm!
But Living I am also doing, I’m writing a blog, trying to be positive & trying to do things out of my little bubble (comfort zone).
So are YOU living or just existing?