x_mystery answered Monday September 5 2005, 7:34 pm: I think you are trying to ask what "bipolar" is.
It is a mental disorder in which the patient goes through stages of manic and depression. They will feel on top of the world, and then go into a deep depression with no warning, and it can sometimes be dangerous. www.BipolarManiaInfo.com That site may help you. [ x_mystery's advice column | Ask x_mystery A Question ]
sshelbyy answered Monday September 5 2005, 7:02 pm: BIPOLAR
a major mood disorder that is has episodes of mania and depression.
GDROB answered Monday September 5 2005, 7:00 pm: With the exception of Krissy's answer the information you are getting is not correct. You beed
an adult with the problem to explain it to people.
There are two stages of this illness. The first stage called hypo-manic means you have a lot of energy and drift between normal or manic unreality and not have any idea. This is not dangerous unless
The second stage is called mania and what this does is makeyou delusional not knowing reality from fact at all and needing to stay in a hospital for at least a month and be placed on lithium. anti-psychotics and mood stabalizers because some not all people have horrible mood swings.
Do a google search for damous people with manic depression or bipolar and you will know that it is
the precursor for brilliance as well you will discover 1 in 10 people will have a mental illness by 2010 so it's not all the stuff people who are ignorant tell you. For more info see bphope.com [ GDROB's advice column | Ask GDROB A Question ]
mystical_breeze answered Monday September 5 2005, 7:00 pm: To be bipolar is to have your personality change and have mood swings. My dad has this, and he has to have medications to help his moods and the way they change. Some people deal with this by wanting to hurt physically, and others deal with it mentally. The medication helps to make your moods more balanced. Even though I don't know a lot about this, you can probably look it up on google or something.
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