I even went to a group I couldn’t relate. Maybe I have sz after all but the meds just won’t let it out.
I’ve been diagnosed bipolar 1 a couple of times and honestly didn’t feel like I fit in in bipolar groups. My problems seemed to be very different from theirs.
Sometimes I don’t fit here as well. I just don’t feel like I fit in …
I think you fit in here but are a little higher functioning than most of us. That is nothing to feel bad about
When I had a sz DX I was told I wasn’t high functioning at all. These diagnoses are very confusing.
Yah they really are. I really have no idea what I am either. I feel like what I have is too severe to be bipolar, not severe enough to be sz
I used to fit in easily. I don’t fit in anywhere anymore. I’m just weird. But I think you fit in nicely here @anon80629714
It’s a personal feeling of not belonging … I guess it may not be a sz issue …just not being able to feel like I fit in.
I completely get that
I felt better here because I was dealing with more psychosis than mood stuff for a long long time. So it was easier to find people to relate to here.
My current dx is bipolar disorder.
But I can relate to psychosis.
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