I’ve got an unwelcomed visitor. I am subject to experience days of hypomania with Bipolar Type 2. These are the days that nothing works. Dates and times are so disjointed that it renders clocks and calendars useless. I will have so much confusion that my writing is incomprehensable. I work like crazy, but it is so disorganized nothing is completed. I manage the dysthymia and depression much easier. I am well aware of the mood shift and worry that I may make others mad and will go back to them and apoligize for something that I said. I may not have said anything wrong or misleading, but I think that I have.

Tie me to a tree with a blindfold, please.

Published by: Beverly Hughes

My journey through depression and anxiety has been a long fought battle. I have a Masters Degree in Counseling, but that only helped me to understand clinical language. I needed help and have learned so much about what I could do to help myself.


2 thoughts on “Hypomania”

    1. I’ve learned more coping skills with depression and dysthimia The hypomania messes up the progress I’ve made. I’ll find you a nearby tree and pretend we are having a deep discussion. I don’t think my family would be shocked by this behavior. Peace

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