Vodka Zombie: That goes beyond bi-polar into schizophrenia.
Mr. Coffee Nerves: So she's a Sovereign Citizen, then?
doczoidberg: Don't worry. This chick will soon be pumped so full of brain medications that she'll never want to say or write anything interesting again.
Eternal Virgin: All women are bipolar as far as I'm concerned.
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Your Zionist Leader: Eternal Virgin: All women are bipolar as far as I'm concerned.This, combined with your handle, is hilarious
I_Am_Weasel: That's an interesting symptom of bi-polar disorder. While many instances of those suffering from bi-polar are exemplified by highs of extreme energy and low periods which often show themselves as low energy, (for example: lethargy or apathy), it's rare that your low energy period manifests itself as near commatose.
mesmer242: Poor girl. Hope she gets some help soon.
Ball Peen Hammer Laxative: I like turtles.
KiltedBastich: The same individuals during manic episodes, on the other hand...While they demonstrate boundless energy, they are also grandiose, unfocused, and often attempt things well beyond their capabilities, with little or no ability to recognize actual success. Everything seems like a brilliant insight.
chevydeuce: Hey, like they say....crazy in the head equals crazy in the bed....amirite? Huh? Huh?/hope she gets her shiat together//doubt she will
indylaw: She'll probably get to the point where she's hospitalized and put on anti-psychotics. She'll get better, but her weight will skyrocket and she'll find that she doesn't have much drive to do anything. Then she'll go off the pills because they're holding her back, and her brain will go off into left field again. Wash, rinse, repeat. Very sad.
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doczoidberg: Personally, I think they're better off without the pills.
shower_in_my_socks: Reminds me of the prison letter ramblings of Charles Manson, only she's making even less sense. I can actually sort of follow what Manson is trying to say. When you're crazier than a crazy person who's been in near solitary confinement for 40 years, someone needs to get you help.
indylaw: KiltedBastich: The same individuals during manic episodes, on the other hand...While they demonstrate boundless energy, they are also grandiose, unfocused, and often attempt things well beyond their capabilities, with little or no ability to recognize actual success. Everything seems like a brilliant insight.That's more than just mania, although it does seem pretty grandiose. The intermittent use of commas for every word and the use of words that aren't really words suggest some sort of thought disorder. It's not as if she's trying to use real words and is just a bad speller. She's making up words on the fly, and with no apparent meaning. If she kept that up for two books and still persists in thinking she's published something meaningful, I'm thinking schizophrenia.
indylaw: doczoidberg: Personally, I think they're better off without the pills.You occasionally hear that argument, that the cure is worse than the disease, and I suppose it depends on the type and severity of the symptoms, but given the choice between taking nasty pills or ending up in jail because I started shouting threats at imaginary villains at the mall, or withdrawing my family's life savings in order to invest in peanut shells, I'd choose the pills.
indylaw: shower_in_my_socks: Reminds me of the prison letter ramblings of Charles Manson, only she's making even less sense. I can actually sort of follow what Manson is trying to say. When you're crazier than a crazy person who's been in near solitary confinement for 40 years, someone needs to get you help.It's remarkably difficult to force someone to get psychiatric treatment short of a suicide attempt or a threat of violence on the patient's part.
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