My Doctor Secretly Drug Tested Me When I Was Manic

He thought I was on drugs

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It was a day like any other.

Actually, that’s not true. Anyone who is bipolar knows that when you are bipolar, it’s unusual to have two days that are the same or even similar.

Instead, every day is a surprise.

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Member of the typewriter generation. I write about the writer’s journey, relationships, and things that happened to me. Reach me at Linda.kowalchek@gmail.com

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Linda Kowalchek

Linda Kowalchek

Member of the typewriter generation. I write about the writer’s journey, relationships, and things that happened to me. Reach me at Linda.kowalchek@gmail.com

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