"You tend to think that you are alone in your struggle. Nobody seems to understand you. All you see is darkness. And then, one day, a kind person says to you: "There is always hope, no matter what." Mmm... Talk is cheap. Outsiders often tell you to pull yourself together, life is not that bad or difficult, but they don't have a clue what bipolar is like. What made these words different for me and why it touched me, was because it was said by a fellow-survivor - Peter (site owner) and I knew it was true... Remember, there is ALWAYS hope!"
- SunFairy (from my Living with Bipolar & Depression site)
"The man who knows
Exactly which questions to ask
To bring to light
Pain and it's brothers;
Guilt, Shame and Regret.
"You kind Sir,
Have helped to set me free!
Your grace and unfailing kindness
Will not be forgotten.
Your wisdom & sound advice
Will not go to waste.
"May you enjoy the same relief,
Freedom & Hope
That You have helped take root in me."
- An Anonymous Client ( completed a 3 week addiction treatment programme early in 2013, for a crack and LSD substance abuse disorder )
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