Is it possible for bipolar person to have a stable job ? Do you know any bipolar friend who has
held a job for more than 5 years ?
yes ....and.... yes. Providing they take their medication most people with bi polar can lead a normal life.
Why do you ask if I have any bipolar friends?!!! Are you insinuating anything?!!! Do you think it has anything to do with me??!!!! HOW DARE YOU ASK ME SUCH AN IDIOTIC QUESTION?!!!
Hey, Ingenira... it's so great seeing you here. I loved the azuki bean recipe. Thanks for that. You are the best!
To answer your question - no, I don't know anyone who suffers of bipolar disorder. I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help. I'll see you around! Take care, darling! :-)
I believe if you are retroactive on your treatment or you choose the right type of job you can. Personally if you read my profile you will see where I've had over 60 jobs in my life covering about everything a man can do general labor, factory worker wise,hotels,every job you can think of in the restaurant business and even plenty of oddball jobs such as working a booth at a carnival.The longest I stuck with one industry(11 years),though spread out over 4 companies to include my own for 2 1/2 years,was in the trucking industry. I think I enjoyed it most because I got to be alone for the most part all the time. I've worked most of my life since I was 13 years old full time and decided once and for all it was time to take a drastic change and try online writing for a job,though I still work a job at a convenience store across the street from where I live.AS far as anyone else I know that suffers from varying degrees of Bipolar Disorder Symptoms there lives are pretty similar to mine though not quite as many crazy experiences.
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