Episodes can have lifelong consequences. These consequences are not often considered during an episode. It is important to identify the symptoms and signs to prevent an episode from happening. Acting quickly can avoid or minimise destructive behaviour.
If you think you have bipolar and you are struggling to cope and manage it then seek attention from a psychiatrist to get the help you need. Be open and honest about how you feel, what you are doing and what you are going through emotionally and physically.
Let's take happy. Add more to that happy. Make it even happier. A little more.
Power up until you feel completely invincible and ready to take on the world.
Now react. Start spending money you don't have. Why not get a tattoo? Get married or get a divorce.
Let's take sad, make it as sad as you can, until you want to throw your life away.
Now react. Don't get out of bed. Stop eating. Stop going places. Struggle at work. Think about dying.
The shifts in moods can be rapid. In bipolar II, people suffer from depression more in their lives than they realise.
You can be experiencing or about to experience a major depressive episode and it can be detrimental as it affects every day life. You shouldn't take this lightly, seek help as quickly as you can. Below are some combination signs that can help you find out if you are having an episode or are about to experience one.
You can be experiencing or about to experience a manic or hypomanic episode. Avoid the negative consequences by seeking help, even if it makes you feel great. Below are some combination signs that can help you find out if you are having an episode or are about to experience one.