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Don’t F%#&!! with My Manic Phase / Ode to Bipolar Phases

Monday
Was Filled With
Extreme Anxiety
Uncertainty
Heart Palpitations
Chest Pain
Nervousness
Nausea
Insomnia
Confusion

Tuesday
Was Filled with
Depression
Tears
Sadness
Pain
Regret
Sobbing
Loneliness
Disability
Fogginess

Wednesday
Was filled with
Numbness
Lethargy
Apathy
Inability
Disgust
Solitude
Isolation
Medication
Shame
Disorientation

But Thursday
Is filled with
Illusions of grandeur
Incessant talking
High Self-Esteem
Hyperactivity
Productivity
Intelligence
Empowerment
Energy
Visions
Ideas
Clarity

Don’t F&$!! with my Manic Phase !!!

2 thoughts on “Don’t F%#&!! with My Manic Phase / Ode to Bipolar Phases”

  1. Although the manic phase seems like a break from all the sad and sorrowful feeling from the depressive phase of bipolar it is a sign you need help.. When a perfect medication cocktail is found, you won’ t have all these mood swings. Yes, the very happy, Manic mood swings will be gone as well but didn’t they have agitation with them? And sleeplessness?

    Go to the doctor and tell her or him all about those mood swings and try and stay the course while experimenting with a Medical cocktail that works for you. It may take months but it will be worth it. Then you can be happy without the down side. 🙂

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