Doctors put me on 40 different meds for bipolar and depression. It almost killed me.
Amanda Gelender

Thanks for telling your story. I am most interested in anger and the connection between getting mad and being mad.

How, we seem to get angry/mad or go mad (temporarily) when we have low preparation for too high expectation.

I would be really interested in where anger fitted in your story. It sounds like anger is at the other end of the scale for you.

I am wondering if depression might be where we have too high a preparation and a too low an expectation?

And a balance between the two states gives us a more healthy outlook.

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