What does it mean to be manic when you have bi-polar?
Manic is not being able to hold still.
Manic is jumping around to try and get the "hyper" out.
Manic is occasionally making loud noises that I try to disguise as singing or humming.
Manic is not being able to sit and focus for more than a few minutes.
Manic is wanting to accomplish everything, but not being able to finish anything.
Manic is having to type things over & over cause you're brain is working too fast for your fingers to keep up.
Manic is frustrating, but a wonderful change from depression.
Manic is a part of me.
My friend the Bi-Polar Diva wrote a great post about living with bi-polar. I'd love for you to read it, so click here to check it out.
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