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Julie XOXO

Spring, TX

#41 Apr 18, 2010
I have been to several educational courses and meetings and the studies show that the success of a spousal relationship with a person with bipolar disorder is dismal. I have been in four 12 week classes (typically with 40 people per class) and only two people of in all the classes were girlfriends/boyfriends. All the rest were family that were dealing with a child, sister or brother where they didn't have a choice. I am not saying it can't be done, I am just saying your choice to stay will definitely make your life more difficult. Good luck.
Want2Help

Lees Summit, MO

#42 Apr 18, 2010
Advice..PLEASE! Starting dating a guy w/Bi-Polar 1 a cple months ago. We knew of e/o in college (now 37). Now also an alcoholic, uses synthetic marajuana, which completely negates his medication. We started dating a few months ago, he had been sober for 4 mo's, but just starting a manic episode. I know his true self is a gentle, loving soul who has been thru such abuse in his life and desperately wants to be understood. But,I wld not tolerate the lying,I even told him if he lies, retract, I knew he was struggling. It got overwhelming & I made him leave my house one night. The next day he shows up at my door drinking his 7th huge beer. Yeah, not cool. Logically, I know I'm not responsible. he is now so far gone and really in psychosis/paranoia& delusions. The drug makes him super angry, scary actually. He's reckless, lucky he's alive, womanizing and gone back to his for 2 days who in reality is an awful person and he can't stand her. He admits most everything now, he had sex w/her. He truly is out of control. He has high blood pressure, he's staying w/mom. If I hadn't gotten him & he ended up in ER, dr. said he wld have stroked any minute. The other night she locked him out, he had no one and his meds inside house. I wouldn't take him to my house and when he realized I was scared to , he said plz take me to the hospital, I need trtment. On the hwy he grabbed my steering wheel, pulled car on side of road and tried to jump out, demanding I take him to his ex's. He was scary,paranoid she had scammed him. He can't even get thru a sentence now w/o getting furious w/me. He's not tracking at all. He's depserately alone, he's fooled 3 hospital admissions peole now & been released. I can usually talk to him and he calm him, when he was with me, he took his meds all the time, never drank, no drugs. He has tried suicide before, in front of ex, manipulative, but cry for help too. I know he is on the verge of being dead from recklessness or suicide. everything's been taken away, car, keys, money, he only has a phone & computer. He has noone that can help him, his motheris trying, but she suffers bipolar as well and is at end of her rope, told me she's about to move and kick him out for good., she can't take it. everytime ambulance, hospital, is called, he ends up getting out of it somehow. I know if in his right mind he wld never want to die and lose evrything. Please, tell mem what to do.. I feel like we connected again for a reason, but I can't endanger myself or daughter and won't.. I know that not all bi=polar people are like this, everyone is different and I truly care for and am hurting for this man's suffering. I just don't want him to die, be totally alone and taken advantage of.. If you knew him before this last 2 weeks, you wld not even believe me. He drove to Colorado (8 hr drive) last weekend, drunk, and high, doesn't rmember totally, had $5, and called from there from Pizza hut phone., didn't know what to do. He has a suspended license, it's just heartbreaking. His mom wired him $ and I talked him home. It's only gotten worse. WHAT DO i DO? hOW CAN I POSSIBLY HELPW/O ENDANGERING MYSELF? iF THE POLICE ARE CALLED,HE MAY GO TO JAIL AND NVR GET HIS MEDS...THAT WLD BE A TRAGEDY. BTW, HE'S HAD POLICE CALLED ON HIM ABOUT 5
X NOW AND GETS OUT OF IT EVERYTIME, WHICH IS GOOD, BUT ONLY IF THEY WLD TAKE HIM TO HOSPITAL. I KNOW SOMETHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN ANY MINUTE. HE ASKED ME TO PLEASE COME OVER TOMORROW. I KNOW I CAN'T AND VERY LIKELY HE'LL WAN TTO GO SOMEWHERE. HE'S NEVER BEEN PHYSICALLY VIOLENT WITH ME....BUT...PLEASE, SOMEONE, HE'S VRY ALONE, PPL HE DOES HAVE ARE DONE W/HIM, EXCEPT HIS EX WHO JUST WANTS TO HAVE HIM LIVE W/HER TOUSE HIM AND GET HIM ON DISABILITY AND COLLECT THE $. SHE ALSO BUYS HIM BEER, ETC. ITS AWFUL SO, THAT IS NOT AN OPTION. HE'S 37, FREE COUNTRY, BUT DOESN'T SOMEONE HAVE TO CARE ENOUGH? EVEN IF HE HATES ME FOREVER..AT LEAST I MAY SAVE HIS LIFE? HELP!
dnizz

Sioux Falls, SD

#43 May 5, 2010
My mom has bi polar and she and my dad split. I don't like the fact that they don't want to be together but i love the peace at home with just me and my dad. My mom's bi polar would make her very irrational which means we argued over stupid shit. These arguements got me very heavy into marijuana use and then affected my grades. I am a very intelligent pot smoker and know when i need to slow down my use or just stop. I don't blame my mom for my use but it was my only way of coping. I believe that if everything at home is a mess and a divorce would fix that mess then do it because its not fun to go home knowing your parents are fighting. Now i see my mom whenever i want, my mom didn't empty my dads bank account when the divorce happened so they on good terms and i only smoke pot occasionally(don't want to hear it lol my dad is cool with it just gotta keep the grades up)so if you feel a divorce will make everyone happier then do it cuz being miserable is to contradicive when coping with bipolar.
Julie XOXO

Houston, TX

#44 May 10, 2010
Want2Help, I wish there was an easy answer. Go to Family to Family classes and you will get the tools you need. All I can tell you in a brief post is that you are going to have to let go a little bit. Trying to rein a person suffering from bp that is unstable; is like fighting the entire US Army with a stick. You are going to collapse from exhaustion and from being overwhelmed, while he/she steps over you and keeps on going. Get away from it for a little while (trust me, it will still be there when you come back), think and write down what you want and what limit you are willing to go to. YOU CAN NOT HELP ANYONE IF YOU AREN'T HEALTHY. The biggest recommendation I can make is that you go to NAMI and get involved in a support group. I have been where you are and you will make it through..one way or the other. This too shall pass.
Mark

Cary, NC

#45 May 11, 2010
First my answer to drew in the first post. You could have been talking about my marriage. We had been married about 2.5 years. Yes we had some ups and downs like any other marriage but suddenly she felt after a disagreement that she wanted to move out. I thought up to that point we were happy. I stood by her through two trips to the Mental Hospital and severe bouts of depression and talk of sucide. I did everything I could for her but nothing is enough. She now claims she does not love me anymore. She apparently has the ability to turn it on and off like a light switch. And as far as all marriages or relationships ending in disaster the stats all over the internet indicate 90%. I also suspect that those 10% that do survive do so with a lot of stress and counceling. My advice to anyone is if you are considering getting serious with a BP do a lot of reading and research. If the person appears very stable at the time do not let that fool you. You are in for a life of stress at the least or hell at it's worse.
Jeannie

Las Vegas, NV

#46 May 16, 2010
Mark, you just sang my song. My husband currently doing the same thing to me. Now, I'm boring and he loves me just doesn't want to have any emotional attachment??? Uhm...I'm gonna say it like I see it: the older they get they lose all site of reality. He says and does things that would blow your mind. I sit in disbelief and wonder how I let myself who is was a strong and independent woman get to this point of being with a nut case. Yes, I said it. There is no other explanation. Please, like a buyer beware ad....be careful of anyone you choose, especially one with a mental illness.
Peter

Boston, MA

#47 May 17, 2010
gregmech26 wrote:
greg, that is EXACTLY what happened to me! WORD-FOR WORD! You are NOT alone my friend.
Read page 48 of this link:
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/bipolar-dis...
I dated a girl, who was bipolar, for 6 months and I have had to take therapy because of it. She said she loved me and wanted to marry me after only 3 months. After I broke it off a couple of months later, because of all the manipulations and head games that almost destroyed me, she took all of 6 months to marry a guy that is 52 years old. She is 28. The funny part is that she constantly told me her friends and family thought I was too old for her. I am 48, but, I look about 35, because I take really good care of myself, don't smoke or drink and work out. I always was made to feel self-conscious about my age by her.(By the way,She is the most insecure person I know. Also, she pursued me first.) Go figure. I am still trying to get over her spell. She really got in my head. All my friends has to keep telling me she isn't worth the time of day. It's starting to sink in. Hang in there, it's not you.
Peter

Boston, MA

#48 May 17, 2010
Jeannie wrote:
Mark, you just sang my song. My husband currently doing the same thing to me. Now, I'm boring and he loves me just doesn't want to have any emotional attachment??? Uhm...I'm gonna say it like I see it: the older they get they lose all site of reality. He says and does things that would blow your mind. I sit in disbelief and wonder how I let myself who is was a strong and independent woman get to this point of being with a nut case. Yes, I said it. There is no other explanation. Please, like a buyer beware ad....be careful of anyone you choose, especially one with a mental illness.
My experience is that they (Bipolar people) can turn their feelings on and off like a light switch. It really messed me up. I thought she loved me. I learned after I got seriously involved that she was bipolar.
Confused

Boston, MA

#49 May 17, 2010
dentec wrote:
REG, I don't claim to be an expert but I've been around. My X-wife has very radical mood swings and obviously has Bipolar Disorder but she does nothing about it, she can justify anything, she does things she knows are wrong and repeats bad behavior, "If it's good for her it's right" that's how she act's. I believe after a wile the person chooses to continue there behavior and they don't take responsibility for them self's and that's a whole other Disorder. I have very radical up swings , but I don't lie, cheat, steal, and I'm not aggressive, but I understand whats going on and I deal with it. I see people with Bipolar Disorder use it as an excuse to do what ever they feel is right for them regardless of anyone else, but the people who really have a handle on it don't do that and they don't go "Postal" they usually have a tougher time dealing with the down side " Major Depression" and let me tell you the Depression side sucks big time. If I can answer any questions for you please ask, If I don't know I will tell you I don't know or point you somewhere for an answer. Dennis,,,
I want to know why the girl I dated who had bipolar issues pushed me away when she needed me most. She acted like she needed me and then wouldn't let me help her with a serious medical condition. It hurt so much, I left her and she married someone else a few months after. What happened?
Mark

Cary, NC

#50 May 18, 2010
Jeannie and Peter... Seeing both of your posts and many others out here makes me feel that I am not alone in this situation. She (my wife) had tried over and over to make our separation my fault. While I am not perfect nothing transpired in our marriage that was that bad or a deal killer. She went within a short time from telling me how much she was in love with me to she loves me like a brother or friend and now I am not sure she even feels that. She is in counseling which is good. At first when she left I wanted her back in the worst way but now my feelings have turned to total distrust (not that there was a lot of trust on my part in the first place). I feel that if we got back together I would be opening myself to the same thing down the line. I know I don't want to live like that. She wants a legal separation and I have decided to give her one and then a divorce when the year is up. (NC law stipulates a year has to pass before divorce). Live and learn I guess.
Confused

Boston, MA

#51 May 18, 2010
I didn't know all this marriage stuff. It explains why My ex-girlfriend, who I finally figured out to be bp, married a guy, that's 24 years older than her, 6 months after I broke up with her. I still care for her, but, she was driving me insane. Plus, all my friends and family kept saying: She's bp! Run! I did. It's very sad. I couldn't reach her. I tried to the point I was being destroyed emotionally. I just had to stop seeing her. I can't help wonder what her future will be. DIVORCE?
Mark

Cary, NC

#52 May 18, 2010
To Confused.... Consider yourself lucky to have been able to walk away from the relationship. You probably saved yourself a lot of grief. Yes I know it is hard as you had and probably still do have feelings for her. But this is one instance where your mind has to take priorty over your heart. That is the way I now feel with my wife. I miss her but don't miss the lying and deceit. And yes I still care for her also. As far as your formal girlfriend she probably has divorce in her future. At least the stats say that is a 90% probability.

Since: May 10

Hawthorne, CA

#53 May 20, 2010
No... Not in my experience. Ive had good relationships. Im also fall into into comorbid rapid cycler BP spectrum. I got it good and I got over feeling sorry for myself a long time ago.

No cross thrown on my back is too heavy to carry. Even in my worst hour my friends and family deserve me to be in there lives.

Got to step up and make it be the great hardship in your life, or triumph. Day to day I feel it but I have no choice but to rise above. Its your own journey and from there I make no excuses for myself.

Whats the next option. Hospital??! Great 10 days in for a nice 25k bill. Not me, take charge because whats the other choice. I wont even go there.
Confused

Boston, MA

#54 May 25, 2010
Mark wrote:
To Confused.... Consider yourself lucky to have been able to walk away from the relationship. You probably saved yourself a lot of grief. Yes I know it is hard as you had and probably still do have feelings for her. But this is one instance where your mind has to take priorty over your heart. That is the way I now feel with my wife. I miss her but don't miss the lying and deceit. And yes I still care for her also. As far as your formal girlfriend she probably has divorce in her future. At least the stats say that is a 90% probability.
Thank you for you support. I Do still care for her very much and am seeing a counselor about getting over her. I really miss her when she's at her best, but, I don't miss the constant fighting over nothing and how I was always at fault. I also don't miss the manipulating and over dramatizing of everything. Small issues become life and death to her. I just wish I knew she was bipolar while I dated her. I found out 6 months after I broke up with her and she had already married someone else. I would have handled certain things differently. For instance, I wouldn't have taken it as personally when she would go days and weeks without wanting to talk to me, she would only text me.( It infuriated me. The woman who lived 3 hours away and said she wanted to marry me, wouldn't pick up the phone to talk.) I thought she was trying to dump me. Then she would want to see me 24/7. Will you listen to me....Why would I want to live with that? As I look back, I see she never seemed interested in any of my problems or feelings about anything except if it was all about her. Even when she was very affectionate. I could sense that it was just about filling her needs and wants. She always needed constant reassuring. She wouldn't ever give it, though. That was one of the reasons I wrote her for our break up. Again, I didn't know she was bipolar then. My friend who was married to a bp woman once, gave me the heads up. After I read all these forums and others, I felt like a light bulb turned on in my head. Everything that didn't make sense, now made perfect sense. Here's the funny thing, I knew that she would be get married within the year. It makes me feel like I am easily replaceable. I have to keep telling myself it's her, not me. I treated her great ( Even she admitted that after I broke up with her in a letter.) I am in very good shape and am not a womanizer or drinker and I showered her with gifts. The fact that she married a guy 24 years older than me 5 months after we broke up is crazy!!! Everyone who cares about me says I dodged a bullet and that I should thank god everyday. WHY DO I MISS HER!!!!!
Confused

Melrose, MA

#55 May 26, 2010
Mark wrote:
To Confused.... Consider yourself lucky to have been able to walk away from the relationship. You probably saved yourself a lot of grief. Yes I know it is hard as you had and probably still do have feelings for her. But this is one instance where your mind has to take priorty over your heart. That is the way I now feel with my wife. I miss her but don't miss the lying and deceit. And yes I still care for her also. As far as your formal girlfriend she probably has divorce in her future. At least the stats say that is a 90% probability.
I appreciate your kind words, Mark. I am so conflicted right now. I care about her and I want her to be happy, but, a big part of me is still in love with her and I am jealous and angry about losing her to an old man, which sounds crazy. I think it's because I feel she probably married this guy that's twice her age on an impulse or on the rebound. Only time will tell. I didn't know anything about the relationship until after they got married and I didn't know she was bipolar until after I broke up with her which was very difficult to do. She never told me what was really going on with her strange behavior, so, I couldn't have known how to properly handle it. I can't help wonder if I could have reached her if only I knew the truth. I would have handled our relationship differently. Maybe on the other hand she was going to wait till I married her before she sprang the news on me. That would have been pretty rotten if that was her motive. I really can't say. I do know she is very controlling and can be very critical.I can't help wonder, also, if this guy is a nice guy who will make her happy or a desperately lonely old man who was glad to get his hands on a attractive young woman before she changed her mind. I have to get on with my life and forget her. I can't help her anymore. I tried as hard as I could to make her happy. She's gone for good and I try to tell myself that I should be grateful that I can now seek out a hopefully "normal" relationship, Whatever that means. I keep reading all these horror stories to convince myself I am very blessed to be free from her. I hope it will sink in someday soon. I can't help wonder if she ever really loved me like she said. Also, is this guy in for a life of sheer misery? I think her child from another marriage may have the same mental illness. I saw some signs even though I wasn't looking for them at the time because, as I said, I didn't know what was going on. There were a lot of red flags. What is wrong with me? I must be very needy.
Mark

Cary, NC

#56 Jun 2, 2010
To Confused,

Don't beat yourself up. Yes you were and are to some extent in love with your former girlfriend. At some point she was probably in love with you. But if she is anything like my soon to be ex-wife the love that she was generating was not the same as what a non BP person may feel. In my case I loved my wife and was willing to put up with the good and bad which included two trips to the mental hospital and many months of severe depression and sucidal thoughts which continue to this day. I felt that yes she did love me but that love was very superficial and not deep and genuine. Small problems in our marriage were deal killers to her. But this is like anything she did in her life. She very seldom finished anything or stuck with it including two previous marriages. One of those included adultry on her part. Also her job and education history were all fragmanted. Your girlfriend marrying the older gentleman works along these lines. Many BP people do things on the spur of the moment without deep thought and planning. My biggest problem is that I did not analyze my wife well enough and feel that I am not the best judge of character. Once again in the long run we both will be better off although it hurts now.
Confused

Boston, MA

#57 Jun 8, 2010
Mark wrote:
To Confused,
Don't beat yourself up. Yes you were and are to some extent in love with your former girlfriend. At some point she was probably in love with you. But if she is anything like my soon to be ex-wife the love that she was generating was not the same as what a non BP person may feel. In my case I loved my wife and was willing to put up with the good and bad which included two trips to the mental hospital and many months of severe depression and sucidal thoughts which continue to this day. I felt that yes she did love me but that love was very superficial and not deep and genuine. Small problems in our marriage were deal killers to her. But this is like anything she did in her life. She very seldom finished anything or stuck with it including two previous marriages. One of those included adultry on her part. Also her job and education history were all fragmanted. Your girlfriend marrying the older gentleman works along these lines. Many BP people do things on the spur of the moment without deep thought and planning. My biggest problem is that I did not analyze my wife well enough and feel that I am not the best judge of character. Once again in the long run we both will be better off although it hurts now.
I appreciate your advise. I need people to tell me these things. It helps me to get over her. I have a feeling you are right about everything you say. I don't see their marriage lasting very long. Her other marriage didn't last. Time will tell. I will probably be a lot happier if I find a woman who has a lot less emotional problems. It's weird how I still worry about her, though.
Someone Who Knows

Paris, TX

#58 Jun 9, 2010
I agree with dentec my wife is bipolar and she is one of the easiest going nicest people in the world sure she has her ups and downs but I wouldn't trade her for ten strait women. She's the love of my life. I'm sorry for your situation but it sounds more like dissatisfied anger in your situation only seeing it as you describe it though.
Gabriel

Lewisville, TX

#59 Jun 18, 2010
This makes me feel very sad. I'm 22, and have never had a relationship. I was diagnosed with rapid cycling bipolar 1...basically with out my meds My mood can change in hours...I go manic for 2 to 3 days, then fall into a deep depression. I luckily am very aware of my "illness", and with my meds I am completely stable. I do not use and manipulate people...in fact most people I meet think I'm one of the nicest and most caring person they have ever met. Being bipolar is not fun, and it's not something we have control over. All we can do is hope to god our meds work and hope that the people that are close to us can help us with it. I understand that living with someone who is bipolar is very hard, especially when undiagnosed. I have put my mother through hell and back, and I feel so much shame because of it. That was before I was diagnosed and found meds. Now I'm stable, yet I know there will be times where I just can't help it...meds help control the mood switches...it doesn't remove them all together though. This thread makes me feel like I'll never have a relationship due to something I have no control over...I don't want to be like this...I don't think anyone who is bipolar wishes they were. The hell I've put my parents through (I hanged myself from my ceiling fan and was dead for 5 minutes before my mom somehow got me breathing again.) My mom has given me life twice, and I will always be grateful for that. Now that I'm medicated, you would never think I was bipolar. In fact, I'm really fun to be around from what I'm told...my friends (which is mainly my band) think I'm funny and random...I say the stupidest things and run around and dance like a fool for no reason...this is not because I'm bipolar, it's because that is who I am. I go about my life singing all the time...I try and do things that are fun, even if people think I'm insane. I'm the singer in my band, and the lyricist, and if you were to come to one of our shows you would laugh your ass off most likely...at our last show I randomly pulled a stuffed penguin out of my pocket and named him mr. penguin...he was by my side during the last song...people thought it was hilarious...and my band did too...they let me do whatever I like on stage, because they know I can always entertain. That's beside the point though. I'm just now realizing what a social stigma it is to suffer from bipolar. When people, mainly girls, hear that I'm bipolar, they run for the hills without giving me a chance...I understand that many of you have had bad experiences with people who have bipolar...but not everyone is like that. My friends come to me for advice on many topics because they know I have a good moral compass...Everyone is different...that includes people with bipolar. We aren't all the same, and I know for a fact that I indeed CAN love someone. I just wish people would try and get to know me before writing me off as a crazy person...so please tell me what I should do...I don't want anyone I love to be hurt...so should I just simply write myself off as being unlovable? People keep saying to run for the hills...so am I destined to be alone all of my life simply because of a cursed illness hinders me from being "normal"? Someone give me some kind of hope...because all I see is that bipolar people are either evil, or can't love...or are insane and should be avoided...or abusive towards the ones we love? I've done many a bad thing in my life...and for that I feel much shame...but all I've ever wanted, since I was a child, is for someone to love me...should I give up? Give me something, please...I don't want to be alone my entire life...
Thomas

Brookline, MA

#60 Jun 18, 2010
To Gabriel. I just ended a bad relationship with a bipolar girlfriend that I thought about marrying, not too long ago. I didn't want to end it, but, she was very controlling and very critical and moody and I saw lots of red flags. It always seemed that right when things were going good with us, she would do something to sabotage our relationship like not returning my phone calls for days or start an argument over some trivial issue that wasn't worth getting upset about. She "fell in love" with me almost immediately after we met which I must say I enjoyed, but, knew instinctively was "NOT QUITE RIGHT". She wanted to marry me within 2 months. Another red flag. Then, unexpectedly, she started pushing me away, then pulling me back and then pushing me away, again. I started to see how she was using reverse psychology to manipulate me and make me fell guilty about things I shouldn't have felt guilty about. She also had a background of being sexually abused. I broke it off with her because, I didn't like how she treated me. My feelings were never a priority to her. She always seemed to be too busy dealing with her own issues. Every little thing was a MAJOR CRISIS! She always let me know that my problems were nothing compared to her's. I had the feeling if I broke up with her she would marry the next person who came along. Guess what? She did. A much older guy she only dated for 3 months. I also heard she was very late for the wedding. I never saw her late for anything. Did she have doubts? I would love to know. Anyway, I tell you this to not only vent, but, to let you know that I have some experience with bipolar people. I also grew up with someone who is bipolar. Here is my observations from my experiences. I hope this help you in some way. I truly believe one of the biggest problems bipolar people have, as well as anyone who feels hopeless, lonely, isolated and unloved is LOW SELF-ESTEEM. My ex-girlfriend hates herself. I can tell by your words that you also suffer from low-self esteem. Every bipolar person I know or who's story I have read on these forums suffer from low-self esteem. It's very easy to spot. You all feel unlovable and isolated. I used to suffer from very low self-esteem myself. I have also dealt with OCD and anxiety attacks. So even though I am not bipolar, I have dealt with the disease from the other side as well as having to deal with my own demons like severe depression. I finally realized after many years of needless suffering, what the key is to making a better life for myself. It's the same thing that can help you. Learn to love yourself. You can't love someone else until you love yourself. You can't accept love until you believe you deserve it. Stop telling yourself you are not lovable. Focus on those good qualities that you mentioned that you have. Avoid beating yourself up. You have no idea how close you are to figuring out how to be happy. You see what you want and you see what is missing in your life. You just need to educate yourself about how to build self-esteem. That should be your next goal. All you have to do is believe you can be the person you picture yourself being. Do as much research and reading on how to build self-esteem as you can. I KNOW YOUR LIFE WILL CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
I don't have time to tell you my story, but, you have to trust me. Once you realize that you deserve love, respect and everything else that anybody else does, your life will get better. Your have to guard your thoughts. When you think something negative about yourself like "I am unlovable." Stop yourself and think of something positive about yourself like. "I am a funny guy and people enjoy my company." Again, educate yourself about building self-esteem. Here is a first step. Read: YOU CAN BE HAPPY NO MATTER WHAT by Richard Carlson. It explains how most of us think outside circumstances are the cause of our unhappiness. NOT TRUE! It's our thoughts that create our reality. Change your thoughts, change your reality.

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