When you’re sick and need a friend: Why it’s a great idea to play your favourite songs on the go

I’ve been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and I’m on antidepressants.

But I can’t play any music because I have severe anxiety.

And the only way I can control my music is by being in bed, with a blanket on my back.

I’m not alone in feeling this way.

Bipolar disorder is the most common mental illness in Australia, with nearly 30 million people currently diagnosed.

I was diagnosed with the disorder when I was 18, and I was at the height of my depression when I went to university.

My depression had been getting worse.

It wasn’t until I was in the early stages of bipolar disorder that I had a chance to talk to a psychologist.

He told me that I was not alone.

And I started to take antidepressants for depression.

But my moods had been skyrocketing for a while.

I got really depressed when I returned from my overseas deployment, and it was a real struggle to be away from home.

I had anxiety attacks and I had been on antidepressants for the last four months, but I just couldn’t keep my mind off my music.

I’ve since started a music therapy session and I’ve become very open about it.

So why is it a good idea to be in a music room?

Bipolar depression is often caused by a genetic disorder called bipolar II disorder, which affects people between the ages of 18 and 44.

When someone has bipolar disorder, they’re usually diagnosed with a mental illness.

When they get a diagnosis of bipolar II, they have an underlying mental illness, which can be bipolar I or II.

Binge eating disorder Binge eaters can become more anxious, which makes them more likely to binge-watch, and to try to control their binge-eating behaviour.

It can also lead to an eating disorder, a condition in which people binge eat on a regular basis.

But for people with bipolar II and bipolar disorder to become binge eaters, they need to experience something that’s not healthy or normal.

Bitter mood Bitter emotions are a normal part of life, like the mood swings that happen during a breakup.

When people with Bipolar II and/or bipolar disorder feel their moods getting worse, they may also become more irritable, depressed or irritable.

They might become depressed more easily, or start feeling anxious.

They can also become angry, which may lead to them becoming violent.

Depression in bipolar disorder can also cause people to stop drinking.

They may also feel hopeless and discouraged.

These feelings may also make it harder for them to take part in their loved ones’ activities, such as socialising.

I know of a couple of people who are very depressed after their Binge Eating Disorder.

But they’ve been very understanding of their feelings, and have offered to help me with some of the things I’m struggling with.

They’ve even offered to buy me some sweets and some snacks for my troubles.

It’s so wonderful to be able to help people with depression.

The problem is that they can’t understand why they’re struggling with this.

And they don’t understand what they’re doing wrong.

For some people with a Binge Eat disorder, it’s very hard to get rid of the feeling of sadness, which is what they need in order to function normally.

So, they try to help themselves by going for a walk or taking a walk.

But the feeling is still there, and they don