Bipolar disorder and COVID-19: How have you been during the pandemic?

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The way the pandemic affected me is that all my friends and family live overseas and my daughter had a premature tiny little boy at only 26 weeks. He fought for his life and is still suffering from a severe lung disease and is on oxigen. I have not been able to travel and be there for her. I am now in a very deep depression. I don't know if this is the right forum for my personal story. 

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Bipolar disorder and COVID-19: How have you been during the pandemic?

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Hello jaffasheli, thank you for opening this discussion and sharing what you've been going through. This is just the right place for your personal story! I'm sorry to hear you haven't been able to see your daughter and your grandson, I can't imagine how hard that must be. Let me tag some other members who can potentially share with you.

Hi everyone, how are you today? How have you been holding up during the pandemic? Has it been hard for you not being able to see friends and family as often as we used to? Has it all had an impact on your bipolar disorder? Have you noticed that you've had more manic or more depressive episodes? 
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Take care,
Courtney

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