I mean things that were tried and true. There are no two alike patients and the illness may affect different temperaments differently. But I have a feeling that all advice that is "too general and generic" is not effective either. If you have depression and you an introvert, staying at home may be painful, but not as devastating than for those of us who need others to get the energy going. It's a vicious circle.
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I have been a good patient in this regard - I was never running away from doctors or stopped the medication. But somehow, I am afraid that all these years created nothing but dependency. And now life is hell on pills. My deepest sympathy for bipolars