Tuesday, August 08, 2006

From Two Sides, But Together

I wrote about it. He wrote about it. Neither of us knew what the other had done. The result is an interesting dual-perspective treatment of a common enemy.

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  1. omigoodness. I wept.

    Can I just hug you?

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  2. wow. really amazing. i love you guys.

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  3. Wow. I don't know what else to say. I actually came to your site through your husband's site so I read his post first. Your family will be in my prayers.

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  4. Very good dual perspective. I cried for both of you, what tough thing for Alex to deal with on a daily basis.

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  5. Awesome posts. Thanks to both of you for taking time to put them out there. You both described bipolar disorder far better than I can.

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  6. I am more and more convinced every day that unless you take your own healthcare into your own hands, no one's going to go the extra mile for you.

    Keep on fighting the good fight. :)

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  7. That proves how in sync you are with one another. It's a beautiful thing.

    Or "thang" if that's your thang.

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  8. I love yawl. (be sure to emphasize the "awwwl" part of that when you read it.)

    I'm so glad you two have one another. Alex was your missing puzzle piece and you were his.

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  9. Awesome. Just awesome. I admire you both so much.

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  10. I think you are both awesome. You are some of the strongest people I know. You are doing a great service by writing so honestly about bipolar disorder; just by writing about it, you might save someone's life. And that is even MORE awesome.

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  11. I am sorry you have to deal with all this. I well know the toll that mental illness can take on lives. The sweet man I fell in love with disappeared beyond the haze of schizophrenia and compulsive spending and there's no medication out there that can bring him back.
    I miss him so much.

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