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Psychologist Today........

The psychologist said that I was suffering from extreme Bipolar I disorder
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Psychologist said even now I might been in a full mania state. And advised psychotherapy.
He prescribed me pills to calm me down. Anticonvulsants, such as sodium valproate but I dont need that.
ANd If I was cool with that he wanted to talk with my parents about my current medical condition but I refused.
SO I asked for the copie of my diagnose and I it seems that I have mania with psychotic features including suspiciousness, delusion of grandeur, aggression. lack of empathy, self-centeredness. And my dominant part is delusions of grandeur.


BUt would this medical file affect my job life later?I will keep that file in secret.
poin poin 18-21, M 3 Responses Dec 1, 2010

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Lies. You dont need a psychiatric diagnoses that will only bring you trouble at some point in the future. Forget that bullshit. Shape up and learn to control yourself.

I wish I had delusions of grandeur. I just get totally pissed and want to beat everyone up. Kinda sucks, cause when I am in that state I can't stop myself. I also have bipolar 1. I also have auditory and visual hallucinations. Normally, I get chased down by zombies and demons. It is really scary when it is happening. Sounds stupid now. <br />
I started out with mdd with psychotic features. Knowing bipolar runs in my family, they figured it would make the leap. It did. I have been in the hospital 4 times since June of this year. I am sure there is another one coming up...I can't seem to stay on my meds. I know...bad girl..<br />
Try to take your meds and know you are not alone. Every time you go psycho, your prognosis gets worse. Mine are so bad already, I should stay on my meds but I hate the effects. Good luck!!

It cannot affect your job; you go and get a lawsuit for discrimination against person with disabilities. If you go google, you'll find the address. I suggest you keep that handy if you want to work.<br />
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If you are worried about your moods, take the prescribed meds. They do help. However as far as ASPD, there are no meds. Accept it. Embrace it.