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l3b25 l3b25 26-30, M 16 Answers Dec 24, 2012 in Community

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Not always. They don't understand that their reactions to things and some of their other problems are a result of their illness, but they will know to an extent that they are not entirely normal. <br />
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As my daughter Rhea so eloquently puts it, "I know that I'm bipolar, and I know what that means, but I don't know when it's true and when it's not."

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Your daughter is a wise women. That is EXACTLY what it feels like to me as well. I know that I'm mentally ill and what that means. I just don't know when it's true and when it's not.

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Depends on the illness.

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Undoubtedly...I honestly have no choice but to embrace bi polar and anorexia.

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We often have our suspicions for some time before an actual diagnosis comes along.

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Very true. I can definitely say the same.

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Maybe after its over they do.....like myself and pms.

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lol

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Yes

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most dont

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Most of them do not.

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It is all relative. We are all ******* crazy. It is only a matter of extent..

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some do, some don't, some can't accept it

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Yes . Everyone is mental just some more than others.

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Some do like my brother but they can't control it.

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It depends.

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