I have bipolar, a.k.a. manic depression, which, for those of you who don't know, is a condition charecterised by extreme mood swings (from ecstatic highs to crushing lows and anything in between). To quote the visionary philosopher 'Geddy Lee': "One day I feel I'm on top of the world And the next it's falling in on me". I'm sure many other people who post here have the same condition; I would be very interested to know about your experiences with it, if you are willing to share them. The vast majority of people I talk to in everyday life are either ill-iformed or have little or no knowledge about bipolar. I think this is something which should change: Society fears what it doesn't know. Obviously, I can only speak from my own experiences, but I would be more than happy to answer any questions people have about what it's like to be bipolar. Thank you for reading.