I guess it feels normal, because I haven’t not ever had bipolar. The real question we should ask ourselves is what is it like to not have bipolar?

Teddy: Bipolar for me is a daily roller-coaster ride. Some mornings I wake up, sun shining, birds chirping and I have a spring in my step as a trot into the kitchen to make some breakfast. Then the’re other mornings when the alarm clock goes off, I feel sick, I stay lying in bed, can’t open the curtains and haven’t the energy to get up, dressed and eat. I just lay there in my bed all day watch TV.
Now that is just a small snippet of what it is like in the mornings.
How would you guys describe what bipolar is like?