Friends & Bipolar Disorder

A Reason, a Season, or a Lifetime

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I like to think that I am fiercely independent and do not require friends. Acquaintances on social media are as close as I get. Most people believe that is sad, and I guess in some ways it could be, but I have never felt the loss.

However, I have recently been leafing through the pages of my life and highlighting moments of significant…

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I write. I draw. I coffee. I technology.

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I write. I draw. I coffee. I technology.

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