It’s a question that seems to be plaguing many people around the world, but it is not unique to India.
This question was put to me by an Australian friend of mine recently.
I have no idea why people ask such questions.
Is it because the question is really simple?
I’ve heard people say, “I have bipolar disorder, but I’m a good listener and I get it”, and that they would rather ask the question “why did I break up with my girlfriend?” or “why am I suffering with anxiety?”.
But I don’t think it’s really about the answer.
This is because, unlike many people, I have never been diagnosed with mental health problems.
My diagnosis is based on my diagnosis.
I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and I’ve never had depression, anxiety, or anything like that.
The answer is: because I was born with it.
Why was my diagnosis?
Why did I have a diagnosis?
I am a good reader and I listen.
But I was raised in a family where I was not given any information about mental health issues, and I am not a very good listener.
My mother, my father, and aunts and uncles all worked very hard to educate me on mental health.
I’m sure I am an exceptional person for having this kind of mental health problem, but there are a lot of people like me who don’t have that privilege.
And for a lot people like myself, the question of why I have bipolar, or why my partner is suffering with depression, or what happened to my life when I was young is a really complicated question.
And I can’t answer it without going back to the roots of the question.
Why did I leave my partner?
I was a good partner.
We worked hard, we had a healthy marriage, and we loved each other.
I knew that if I wanted to be happy, I had to make the best of it.
But the question was always, why did I stay?
The answer is, because of me.
When I was younger, I was unhappy.
When my parents divorced, I felt lost.
I felt as though everything was going to change, and that my life was going nowhere.
I didn’t want to be miserable.
And when I went back to my parents’ house, I wanted a different kind of relationship.
But they were divorced, and when I got back, I found that I was still miserable.
It was a cycle.
I just wanted to go somewhere that I didn: “I know that I’m loved, and you’re not.”
I felt like I was on the outside, and nobody was listening.
And my mother was always telling me, “You have to be more serious about it.
If you can’t handle it, you have to get back in the house”.
She wasn’t the only one.
She was right.
And when I started dating, my partner was also very different.
He was very good to me, he loved me and loved me very much.
But when I met him, it was the beginning of a different, deeper relationship.
I got to know him very well, and after I met my husband, I didn, too.
It’s the same for my kids, too, and they too have gone through similar experiences.
We have had kids who were just born, but then, one day, they didn’t feel like themselves.
They started crying, they became very emotional, and then we didn’t see them again.
They were depressed.
My kids are still sad.
When we were young, I went through this cycle where I felt really, really depressed.
I would try to stay in the present, and everything seemed so normal, like it was always going to be okay.
And then I would get depressed again.
And so I started to ask myself, why am I going through this?
And then, I started reading about mental disorders.
I read about bipolar disorder in the medical literature.
It seemed so obvious to me that I had a problem, and it seemed so simple to me.
And the more I read, the more it seemed to be a common problem.
What does bipolar disorder mean to you?
If I have mood swings, it’s because I’m not getting enough sleep.
If I can barely concentrate on something, I feel really, very stressed.
If something happens to me during the day, I get very angry.
If someone does something that bothers me, it makes me feel like it’s my fault.
If my relationship with my partner goes south, I just get very frustrated.
If there’s something I want to do that I don´t get to do, I go into a rage.
If it’s a bad day at work, I don�t feel like I can do anything.
If things get really bad, I can get really angry.
Sometimes I feel like the world is going to end.