I wrote a post the other day that only other bipolar people seem to understand.
One of my fellow bipolars, Felicia, had my back and explained what I wanted to say perfectly but couldn't.
"In our actions, we, suffering from bipolar disorder, are not trying to hurt others. Most often the person getting hurt is us. We say things in the heat of the moment that we regret later. At the time, they feel right.
Mental illness blurs the line sometimes and makes us somewhat irrational. We don't feel great about those episodes, believe me. They make us feel like we are less than, and that we are destined to be miserable, not to mention not worthy of love."
Felicia, thank you so much for putting it so plainly and in an understanding way.
Each day will contain kinks in the hose we use as we attempt to water our Earth to fruition.