You'll tell friends you're feeling great or never been better.
Having bipolar is more than a temporary feeling of being depressed when you are stressed out, or of feeling great when something goes really well.
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If someone in your family/whānau has bipolar, there is an increased chance of developing it. In the meantime, we do know that stressful life events and other factors can trigger bipolar affective disorder in some people.
For example, things like money or relationship worries, substance abuse, certain medication, unemployment or lack of sleep can all start a period of illness. If you experience mania, you won't complain of problems. It’s others around you who see you aren't yourself.
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