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I hate being Bipolar, It's awesome! by HawaiiArthst
I hate being Bipolar, It's awesome! A-Line Dress Front

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  • Print covers entire front and back panel with your chosen design, by an independent artist
  • 97% polyester, 3% elastane woven dress fabric with silky handfeel
  • Note that due to the production process, the placement of the print may vary slightly from the preview
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I hate being Bipolar, It's awesome!
Designed by William Braddock
I hate being Bipolar, It's awesome! Depression, Fractal, Funny, Apophysis, Abstract, Sad, Bipolar Disorder, Humor, Mental Illness, Happy, Bipolar Shapes, Disorder Being bipolar doesn't mean you're always depressed. A term for someone with bipolar disorder or manic-depressive illness, a mood disorder characterized by periods of depression including: -persistent sadness -low energy -hopelessness -suicidal thoughts As well as periods of mania in bipolar I disorder, or hypomania (a less extreme form) in bipolar II disorder. Symptoms of hypomania include: -grandiose ideas -racing thoughts -reckless overindulgence -high energy/decreased need for sleep When hypomania escalates into mania, symptoms include: -incomprehensibly fast thoughts/speech -dangerously impulsive behavior -possible psychosis Contrary to popular belief, most people with bipolar disorder are not constantly fluctuating between extremes. They may experience normal moods for extended periods of time, and a single mood episode tends to last for a few weeks, though mania can quickly become depression and vice versa. Another common misconception is that bipolar disorder is like depression, but with the bonus of hypomania. Depressive symptoms are equally severe in bipolar I and II disorders, but for people with bipolar I disorder, mania is at least as dangerous and frightening as depression. Even for those people who experience relatively harmless highs, depression tends to immediately follow hypomania. Whereas major depression can be treated with therapy (as well as medication) and possibly never recur, there is no cure for bipolar disorder and therapy is of limited use. Bipolar disorder has a strong genetic basis and is usually found in families. People with bipolar disorder are often stereotyped as screw-ups, drug addicts, etc. There is a strong link between bipolar disorder and substance abuse, but many people either recover from or avoid these problems altogether and lead relatively normal, responsible lives. Your girlfriend when she is mad at you = not bipolar Anyone bitchy or randomly moody = probably not bipolar
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i hate being bipolarits awesomebipolardepressionfractalfunnyapophysisabstractsadbipolar disorderhumormental illnesshappybipolar shapesdisorderdisorder being bipolar doesnt mean youre always depressed you a term for someone with bipolar disorder or manic depressive illnessa mood disorder characterized by periods of depression including persistent sadness low energy hopelessness suicidal thoughts as well as periods of mania in bipolar i disorderor hypomania a less extreme form in bipolar ii disorder symptoms of hypomania include grandiose ideas racing thoughts reckless overindulgence high energy decreased need for sleep when hypomania escalates into maniasymptoms include incomprehensibly fast thoughts speech dangerously impulsive behavior possible psychosis contrary to popular beliefmost people with bipolar disorder are not constantly fluctuating between extremes they may experience normal moods for extended periods of timeand a single mood episode tends to last for a few weeksthough mania can quickly become depression and vice versa another common misconception is that bipolar disorder is like depressionbut with the bonus of hypomania depressive symptoms are equally severe in bipolar i and ii disordersbut for people with bipolar i disordermania is at least as dangerous and frightening as depression even for those people who experience relatively harmless highsdepression tends to immediately follow hypomania whereas major depression can be treated with therapy as well as medication and possibly never recurthere is no cure for bipolar disorder and therapy is of limited use bipolar disorder has a strong genetic basis and is usually found in families people with bipolar disorder are often stereotyped as screw upsdrug addictsetc there is a strong link between bipolar disorder and substance abusebut many people either recover from or avoid these problems altogether and lead relatively normalresponsible lives your girlfriend when she is mad at you not bipolar anyone bitchy or randomly moody probably not bipolar
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i hate being bipolarits awesomebipolardepressionfractalfunnyapophysisabstractsadbipolar disorderhumormental illnesshappybipolar shapesdisorderdisorder being bipolar doesnt mean youre always depressed you a term for someone with bipolar disorder or manic depressive illnessa mood disorder characterized by periods of depression including persistent sadness low energy hopelessness suicidal thoughts as well as periods of mania in bipolar i disorderor hypomania a less extreme form in bipolar ii disorder symptoms of hypomania include grandiose ideas racing thoughts reckless overindulgence high energy decreased need for sleep when hypomania escalates into maniasymptoms include incomprehensibly fast thoughts speech dangerously impulsive behavior possible psychosis contrary to popular beliefmost people with bipolar disorder are not constantly fluctuating between extremes they may experience normal moods for extended periods of timeand a single mood episode tends to last for a few weeksthough mania can quickly become depression and vice versa another common misconception is that bipolar disorder is like depressionbut with the bonus of hypomania depressive symptoms are equally severe in bipolar i and ii disordersbut for people with bipolar i disordermania is at least as dangerous and frightening as depression even for those people who experience relatively harmless highsdepression tends to immediately follow hypomania whereas major depression can be treated with therapy as well as medication and possibly never recurthere is no cure for bipolar disorder and therapy is of limited use bipolar disorder has a strong genetic basis and is usually found in families people with bipolar disorder are often stereotyped as screw upsdrug addictsetc there is a strong link between bipolar disorder and substance abusebut many people either recover from or avoid these problems altogether and lead relatively normalresponsible lives your girlfriend when she is mad at you not bipolar anyone bitchy or randomly moody probably not bipolar