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gaz
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Date Joined Feb 2004
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   Posted 3/24/2007 7:35 PM (GMT -7)   
just wondering how many people with bipolar if there had the chance to be cured would there some of my friends at my bipolar support group plus a programme on tv recenlty about bipolar also asked the same question and i was surpriesed to hear that some people di not want to live bipolar free there like how there are plus bipolar has some benifts and it makes them who there are and there wouldnt want to change a thing me personaly i think there crazy i hate this illness so just wondering what other people think
gaz
 

wmnak
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Date Joined Jul 2006
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   Posted 3/26/2007 12:07 AM (GMT -7)   
gaz,
 
glad to see that you are still around.  hope that you are getting stronger every day.
 
in ancienty isreal every seventh year was a "jubilee year."  in a jubilee year all debts were forgiven and all slaves were freed.  however, not all slaves wanted the responsibility of freedom.  if they were free they would have to wrooy about where their next meal was coming from.  every night they would have to worry about where they would sleep.  freedom is not free:  it has to be won and earned every day.
 
the rabbis decided that the slaves who refused freedom could remain slaves but theywould have to bear a mark showing that they had heard about freedom and had rejected it.  so each if these slaves would present himself or herself before the slave owner and place their head on a step.  the slavwe owner would then step upon a spike, driving it through the earlobe of the recalcitrant slave, showing the world that this slave had heard about freedom and had rejected it.
 
perhaps the people with bi-polar are like these recalcitrant slaves.  bid is their comfort zone and the are afraid to accept the responsibility of freedom from the disorder.
 
warren
That light at the end of he tunnel?  It's an on-coming train.
 
 


Nann
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Date Joined Apr 2007
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   Posted 4/2/2007 2:58 PM (GMT -7)   
hi there...personally, I would not pass the chance to be free of this disorder...the mood changes are scaring me confused
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