Being Medicated for Bipolar

We often cannot formulate our situation.

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When medicated, sometimes we feel like an essential part of humanity is being suppressed and we are less than who we used to be. That’s a combination of depressive feedback and learned helplessness about our situation. We are sick and need to be medicated to hold back a part of ourselves that is acting up and causing distress and an inability to…

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Aimee Sparrow

Aimee Sparrow

An explorer of the philosophy behind psychology and what we dream to inspire peace and solace from suffering. aimee.sparrowling@gmail.com

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