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  1. Hi Jennifer! I have been looking for a ‘contact’ link, however I was unable to locate one. I’m figuring you check your comments (hope so!!) I’m a 32y bi polar and its been such an amazing day reading your blog! I would love to be able to ask you a question regarding bi polar and pregnancy, as I am recently married and my husband and I desperately would love to start a family. It’s one thing to hear about pregnancy and managment from dr’s/professionals, but I would love to discuss with someone who has been there.



  2. I read your blog and it is a breath of fresh air. Ibeenbeen suffering from acute panic disorder and agoraphobia since the age of 17. I’m a 38 year old woman who continues to struggle with my debilitating disorder. I recently was fired from my job that I excelled at and loved due to having a major panic episode. For years I have been wanting to create a website called panic . I recently hired an attorney to help me sue the company for discrimination against a medical condition well document, slander because rumors are circulating about me be drunk which is not true, and stress and emotional distress as I have become agoraphobia again. Not leaving the house. I am in the process of finding a new phycatrist as this seems to be a issue. I have a diagnosis of bipolar but have never takeing medication for it. I am sick to death of the stigma. When I am feeling good I am high functioning. if I had diabeetus I would have never been fired from work. I would love to chat about how you got your blog started and I commend you thank you so much.