An online chat room can be a great outlet and a great source of bipolar support (although adult chat is unwise during manic phases).Unfortunately however, many of the online chat rooms that promote themselves to bipolar people have other agendas – for example lots of advertising and selling, or adult chat that fuels bipolar symptoms, leading to bipolar mania or even infidelity.To their family, classmates or coworkers, they seem to exist in a whirlwind of disorganized or frenzied activity.Unexpectedly--oon some days and in some situations--tthey seem fine, often leading others to think the person with ADHD can actually control these behaviors.All we ask is you treat all members with respect and share support.
Instead of recognizing your symptoms and identifying the real issue... I now know why,i was always called lazy or stupid when i was child and i just created a fantasy world to retreat from the pressures of the real world. I am on meds, but it still causes problems for me at work (teacher) and in my relationships (fiancé).I’m looking for a chat room for parents of bipolar teens, but can’t seem to find anything besides nasty talking, airwave cloggers!Any sites that you are aware of such as support parents, etc.?After submitting for membership reply to our pending member email that will be sent to you. One day I'm really passionate and excited about something, the next I am just drained thinking about it. There are times when I think I'm really smart and innovative, but those are... I hate sitting still and that's bad for my career because my job requires me to sit still and focus on the task. My husband did the same quiz to see what his perception of my habits were and it was higher.A small online support group allowing people with bipolar disorder that believe in democracy and freedom of speech to discuss the illness in their lives or just talk to each other about their day. Bipolar Support Friends is a place where you will be treated like a friend, not just another member. Please join us to share stories, learn about bipolar, ask questions, vent, and to receive support.