14 years ago
The Blade23

I think i am bipolar. Very scrared for my future!!?

have been smoking weed for 4 yearsevery day, and quit 2 months ago, and did exstasy 1 year once a week, 3 years ago, now for the past month i have been having symptoms that are driving me crazy, i think i am going crazy, i think it is bipolar, I have mood swing all day sometimes more often sometimes less, it depends on the people i talk to , i can get put down very quickly by somebody and instead for finding a way to stand up for myselfe i take it personaly and start thinking about what the person said and what should i say and i star having a little dialog in my head and i start getting realy mad at this person, and start getting crazy, friends of mine start noticing and kinda start stayin away from me, i start liking staying by myselfe, have my own way of doing thinks. now i know thgat the weed can make me a little crzay after stopping it, and that the ecstasy can increse my worries but I think it is getting more seriouce. I have an appointment with a psychiatrist.
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14 years ago
Anonymous
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drug induced mental health problems are very common amoung mental health. you need to be see that doctor and let him tell you what is going on. don't label yourself as that is there job not yours. good luck take care
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14 years ago
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You need professional help. Seriously. Weed will not affect you physically. Ecstasy can cause brain damage. I am not trying to scare you just tell you what I know. X is one of the most harmful drugs out there. It spikes the endorphins in your brain to give you the high. Then it takes more and more X to get you high. Until you reach a point where you cannot get high at all. Sometimes this can lead to death. You did right by getting off of drugs. I am proud of your self control and ability and belief in yourself that you accomplished this. You need help now to make the last step of your journey. Go to a therapist who specializes in post drug recovery. Go to group therapy and see that you are not alone in the world with your problems. No you are not crazy. No you are not bipolar. You are having problems still with your withdrawal from drugs. This battle will continue for the rest of your life. But with help I mentioned it can be a controlled fight that you can win. Best of luck to you and remember that if you turn your head in a crowd you can see someone who has it a lot worse then you do.
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14 years ago
michelle
I would say it could be withdrawal from weed, but it's been 2 months. Also, you could have been bi-polar and drug use has masked it. PLEASE read on. I am bi-polar, I take a mood stabilizer and I am fine. I'm married, teach school, live a full and wonderful life. The only reason I was diagnosed was because I either seemed down or really happy/easily mad. There was no in between emotions. Be honest with psychiatrist- esp. about drug use- they really need to know you- in order to help you.
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14 years ago
TXM
Keep everything positive, I know of someone who is bipolar and with the help of her meds she has a regular life. She recently graduated from college received her degree in psychology. Good luck in college! you'll do great. PS When ever I feel anxious, or worried I read this verse in the bible and I feel uplifted. Philippians 4:4-9 In Christ, www.biblegateway.com
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14 years ago
You're the Best
Don't let anyone tell you what you are, You are exactly what you want to be. Start with it. But if you have an life plan, you can begin with some activities that you want to leave behind. Have you been in "youselfhelp.com", I have found that is easier to start believing in yourself to start doing what you want to do.
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