Thank you for finally getting off your a** and getting a proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment for your bipolar disorder. We could not be more pleased about the situation after such a long period of neglect and maltreatment.
It was exhausting trying to function with the incorrect medication. And your inattention to the importance of regular sleep was beyond infuriating. Switching between ten hours of sleep one night and three hours of sleep the next is not healthy for anyone.
We are still shocked that it took you more than twenty years to get yourself properly diagnosed (mostly by avoiding anyone who would be able to make a diagnosis). You are very lucky that things did not blow up in your face. And that you had a good support system. And health insurance.
Instead of berating you for your past inaction, we would all like to congratulate you on the steps that you have taken in the last year.
Well, we don't have much more to say right now. We hope all the best for you in the year ahead. Take care, sleep well, and keep dancing.
Quaker, teacher, parent,