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It's not your fault. People with symptoms of bipolar disorder often experience symptoms of anxiety and/or adhd simultaneously. Maintaining professional or personal relationships can be challenging. It is possible and feasible to learn to manage and be in control of all of these symptoms and have meaningful, successful relationships and employment. It's not your fault.
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