Our expert says:
Its never your fault if you develop a disorder like Bipolar ; it can be your fault if you don't collaborate in getting it properly treated.
And this needs a proper expert assessment by a suitable specialist psychiatrist, and a discussion of treatment options. Yes, some psychotic problems can rarise within a Bipolar Disorder ; more often during the manic rather than the depressive phase, one can get distractable, agitated, upset and in other ways disturbed in ways such as you describe, and the treatment needed may be different from just taking antidepressants. See your shrink or at least GP for a re-assessment and a review of alternative treatments to help this
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