What if you find out your mental condition is bad ?

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I managed to get by my last 3 years of life decently, but I always have these random moods like once a month or a couple of months...
Where I just wanna drink and not talk to anybody. But I really haven't thought about it much. People close to me kinda got used to me doing this.
But then a friend of mine (girl), told me this **** about bipolar disorder, and I was like no I'm not, but then she tells me that's why sometimes I'm very positive and nobody can stop me from moving mountains, but then there are times where I kinda like hibernate, first times I was very depressed, now I don't really get depressed but I must break myself from the world and just have some time with me.. and maybe during this time I feel nostalgic but that doesn't mean I'm crazy or something..
And then I read about cyclothymia and hypomania and there are several congenerous stuff and..
I feel like I must stop drinking at all, like not even one drop of alcohol.. and lower the smoke quantity.. and just bear with my ****..
Theoretically I should consult a specialist, but I would rather study the case myself rather than going into some mainstream doctor that is going to pop pills into me like a machine...

My question is for you, guys, how do you bear with ur **** and with ur ****ty moods ? I must be not the only one experiencing this. Maybe I'm not sick. Maybe I'm just spoiled and I don't know how to take my ****.. and this is all normal..
altought it feels a bit too hard for normal stuff.. if normal stuff is this hard I don't even want to imagine what hard to bear with stuff looks like..
 

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I managed to get by my last 3 years of life decently, but I always have these random moods like once a month or a couple of months...
Where I just wanna drink and not talk to anybody. But I really haven't thought about it much. People close to me kinda got used to me doing this.
But then a friend of mine (girl), told me this **** about bipolar disorder, and I was like no I'm not, but then she tells me that's why sometimes I'm very positive and nobody can stop me from moving mountains, but then there are times where I kinda like hibernate, first times I was very depressed, now I don't really get depressed but I must break myself from the world and just have some time with me.. and maybe during this time I feel nostalgic but that doesn't mean I'm crazy or something..
And then I read about cyclothymia and hypomania and there are several congenerous stuff and..
I feel like I must stop drinking at all, like not even one drop of alcohol.. and lower the smoke quantity.. and just bear with my ****..
Theoretically I should consult a specialist, but I would rather study the case myself rather than going into some mainstream doctor that is going to pop pills into me like a machine...

My question is for you, guys, how do you bear with ur **** and with ur ****ty moods ? I must be not the only one experiencing this. Maybe I'm not sick. Maybe I'm just spoiled and I don't know how to take my ****.. and this is all normal..
altought it feels a bit too hard for normal stuff.. if normal stuff is this hard I don't even want to imagine what hard to bear with stuff looks like..
I think this is kinda normal.. if you have your **** together then you are going to be happy a lot of the time. Then eventually the happiness will be normalized because your body can only keep producing those feel good chemicals for so long before and you will feel a little depressed for no reason. Then once this transition has taken place you can start to feel happy again. You cant notice happiness if there is no sadness to compare it to its just one of the many yin and yangs of life. If however you are feeling happy for no apparent reason then there may be some chemical imbalance.

When I feel like crap alot of the time I have no idea why and its after a period of feeling great from being productive. I guess some might call it burnout. I will usually eat some junk food for a few days, be lazy until i start to begin feeling disgusted with myself, then i hit the gym hard and wipe the slate clean, and im back feeling great and positivity feels like its coming from no where, and the cycle repeats.

And when things arent going well and there is a valid reason to feel down,i like to remember the quote from Jordan Peterson that 'Life is suffering'. Helps put things into persepctive.

Hope this has some relevancy to your situation.
 

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I managed to get by my last 3 years of life decently, but I always have these random moods like once a month or a couple of months...
Where I just wanna drink and not talk to anybody. But I really haven't thought about it much. People close to me kinda got used to me doing this.
But then a friend of mine (girl), told me this **** about bipolar disorder, and I was like no I'm not, but then she tells me that's why sometimes I'm very positive and nobody can stop me from moving mountains, but then there are times where I kinda like hibernate, first times I was very depressed, now I don't really get depressed but I must break myself from the world and just have some time with me.. and maybe during this time I feel nostalgic but that doesn't mean I'm crazy or something..
And then I read about cyclothymia and hypomania and there are several congenerous stuff and..
I feel like I must stop drinking at all, like not even one drop of alcohol.. and lower the smoke quantity.. and just bear with my ****..
Theoretically I should consult a specialist, but I would rather study the case myself rather than going into some mainstream doctor that is going to pop pills into me like a machine...

My question is for you, guys, how do you bear with ur **** and with ur ****ty moods ? I must be not the only one experiencing this. Maybe I'm not sick. Maybe I'm just spoiled and I don't know how to take my ****.. and this is all normal..
altought it feels a bit too hard for normal stuff.. if normal stuff is this hard I don't even want to imagine what hard to bear with stuff looks like..
A psychiatrist is a quick and easy way to know for sure. There are mood stabilizers you can take that don't impact you too much other than keep the highs from turning into hypomania and the lows from turning into depression. Though if the mania or depression are severe the doctor may want to prescribe an antidepressant and/or antipsychotic.
 

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I can understand not wanting to take medication, but there are drugs that give a helping hand without a major impact. It can be like a diabetic using insulin to manage blood sugar. Someone who is bipolar gets a helping hand from becoming depressed or hypomanic through medication.
 

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Start by your family history bdp is almost always hereditary.

Any weird sleep pattern problem , when you get in your positive mood you barely sleep?

Most bpd people are not self aware enough to realize they are bpd


Ppl with mental health issue tend to use drugs or alcohols to self medicate.
 

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Bro your overthinking this. Moods are moods. Feeling are feelings. Actions however, can change your life. Thus stick to values that will improve YOUR life and make your actions reflect those values. Again moods and feelings have no consequence on your life. Only actions do.
 
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My question is for you, guys, how do you bear with ur **** and with ur ****ty moods ? I must be not the only one experiencing this. Maybe I'm not sick. Maybe I'm just spoiled and I don't know how to take my ****.. and this is all normal..
altought it feels a bit too hard for normal stuff.. if normal stuff is this hard I don't even want to imagine what hard to bear with stuff looks like..
My come up was on chaos and through darkness. I've been stuck in a bardo before. I have used meditation, yoga, psychedelic trips, running, rowing, swimming, lifting, and dieting to help with the process.

I am seeking self knowledge. I explore consciousness. The quest is self actualization. I am on the hero's journey.

I've read the tibetan book of the dead and manual. I have seen enough ****. I've gone to the dark place. One of the more enlightening experiences was smoking dmt. Fragmenting and experiencing the equivalent of a outer body experience. Blasting off into a abyss as though i was sucked through a blackhole. Then, coming out the other end in a flash of light, showered in love and gratitude experiencing what best describes the genesis story of creation. I am back. Born again.

There, no rejection, concern of divorce rape, fakse accusations or something absurd is nonexistent. I tripped on mushrooms and ten years of pickup, a life time of tragedies, deaths, and great loss is all encompassing.


Op, my Mate did a ayahuasca retreat in Peru. He was ****ed. His ego was a disaster. His gf was loving it. Pills could be the answer but I suggest that you tap onto your experience. I've held onto loved ones. Ive watched their life force drain from their body. I bare witness to the soul leaving the body. I know darkness. I've been there. I caution you to put to use a system to help sort yourself out. No better than the present.

Gratitude is one of the best lens to view the world through. As in, being grateful for having something so great worthy of loss.

Take some time to reconnect with that one true source however you may.
 

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If some one would take a sample size from SS they notice 90% of population is bpd lmao
There's a show called You which is Dexter meets fifty shades. Its purely female logic and cuck on tren.

There's a growing amount of normalising female bpd and cuckoldry while demonise masculinity.

Economic invincibility did a vblog. Pointing out that the black man was the accurate portrayal of masculinity. The white man is portrayed as beta, a cuck, useless, and idiotic. If a black man was shown in the light, it would be deemed racist.

Now, we're seeing Hollywood attack the black man. He's being played as beta, cucked and provider in many mainstream programmes.

Its hilarious to see a throwback like AMS.

If Hollywood is showing anything, its exactly what you don't do.
 

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Social vs antisocial. Anti social is the uncontrollable urge to destroy. This is meant towards others. Not all destruction is anti social. And not all creation is good.
If your actions are intended to harm others then you are “crazy”. But you will not be able to self evaluate that. If you thought at any time in your life that there is something wrong with you or you thought you were crazy. You are not. Crazy does not have the luxury of self evaluation.

Without self evaluation there is no responsibility or growth. If you find that people are always doing poorly around you and always getting sick and failing, you are anti social, but then again you would not be able to evaluate that. Others would be able to see it but you wouldn’t.

An anti social would never, ever doubt their sanity and would smash others “for the good of everyone”, in their warped mind.

If you find someone telling you that you are crazy but you only go a little nuts when around that person? That person is driving you crazy. But you are not crazy.
 
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I've found that people who try to convince me that I am crazy or anti-social, are the ones with a problem.

My therapist a few years ago taught me this. Ex used to accuse me of being Anti-Social. I would say "if I get to hang with my friends, I'm Plenty-Social.
Her friend was doing the same thing to her own husband. Control.
Like others said here, people who are crazy don't, or won't. recognize or admit it. They don't see it.
People like this need to stick together, as do people who aren't. Things are just better that way.
If you have crazy people in your life, get rid of them. As in, just walk away. Do not try to explain just go away.
 

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Absolutely. Crazy people intend to drive others insane. But they absolutely cannot see it.
They believe they are acting for your good or the good of everyone else.
 
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