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Pamela Gold
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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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Please join my Facebook group, The Bipolar Experience!

I've belonged to many online bipolar-based communities, but none where common sense was key. Meaning, utilize your psychiatrist when you should as he/she is the key to your mental stability. Utilize your online community to compare notes, lift your spirits and for basic advice.

Each of us is different. Your medication will not necessarily work the same for me. Know your side effects before leaving your doctor's office. Be comfortable when you pick up your new prescription from the pharmacy. It's okay to be nervous. The thing is, you'll probably take multiple different medications before you find your right one. It'll probably be a mixture of several, a cocktail if you will. It will take many weeks for your new med to work. More often than not, any side effects you experience will disappear. Give it time.

I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 almost 9 years ago. It's been a hell of a ride to include many medication changes, hospitalizations and ECT. I'm married with three children and one grandchild.

My name is Pamela. Welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542270555809837/

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