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 +5Posted on Nov 9th, 2012 | re: Let's Get This Lark Voorhies Train Wreck Out Of The Way Real Quick (43 comments)

sorry for the double post. that was my other pole. here’s a list of celebrities w/bpd — not all of them are still living. until the advent of modern psychotropic meds, the chances of someone with bpd making it to age 50 was 25% — sometimes, it was straight out suicide, as in the cases of van gogh or hemingway, but others, like f. scott fitzgerald, “self-medicated” to death, or burnt out in a blaze of self-destruction.

http://www.mental-health-today.com/bp/famous_people.htm

 +2Posted on Nov 9th, 2012 | re: Let's Get This Lark Voorhies Train Wreck Out Of The Way Real Quick (43 comments)

mel gibson, too, but i actually didn’t want to claim him for our side. hahahahaha.

 +5Posted on Nov 9th, 2012 | re: Let's Get This Lark Voorhies Train Wreck Out Of The Way Real Quick (43 comments)

mel gibson, too, but i actually didn’t want to claim him for our side. hahahahaha.

 +12Posted on Nov 9th, 2012 | re: Let's Get This Lark Voorhies Train Wreck Out Of The Way Real Quick (43 comments)

robin williams. jim carrey. russell brand. robert downey jr. kristy mcnichol. carrie fisher. stephen fry. jonathan winters. ben stiller. richard dreyfuss. those are just a few of us. we are legion.

 +11Posted on Nov 9th, 2012 | re: Let's Get This Lark Voorhies Train Wreck Out Of The Way Real Quick (43 comments)

actually, refusing to take meds for the disorder is crazy, and, therefore, a symptom of the disorder. just sayin’. besides, there’s no high in the world that you can buy that’s as good as the creative mania bipolarity induces. just like there’s no crash that’s quite as far. eventually, if you survive, you learn to accept yourself, your flaws, your chemical make-up, and the chemicals you need to take to adjust it a bit.

 +7Posted on Nov 9th, 2012 | re: Let's Get This Lark Voorhies Train Wreck Out Of The Way Real Quick (43 comments)

… why is it that we’re all supportive of people with bipolar disorder until they do something, well … crazy? as someone dx’d with “manic depression” in 1972, i can say that i’ve seen it all my life.