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One of the reasons I didn't talk about having bipolar for years is because I found that people judged me. There is a big stigma with bipolar and people will draw conclusions about you if they know you have it. If I don't tell people NOBODY ever knows. But, if I do, then everything I do is scrutinized. Lately, I've just decided I don't really care what people think. I am doing well with my life and manage with my bipolar.
I am not sure if I have ever been judged to my face but I am sure behind my back lots of people have talked about me. I honestly was a lot different before I got on medication. I was very moody/spiteful just down right ****** I guess you could say. I have Depression/Anxiety issues. I have been on Zoloft for 8 months. The past 3 months I have been on a lower dose where I am pregnant. My Dr said I can go back on the 100mg when i enter my 2nd trimester.
But I am with you I don't care what anyone says or thinks I am doing good and I am happy with how I am managing things!