Our expert says:
Its so nice to hear from you again, Lonestar, even when you aleady know the best answer to your question !
It's always hard to face the limitations an injury o illness places on our normal way of life. And as you've seen, a less-than predicatable blackout can be a serious problem at the best of tiems and circumstances --- but could be disasterous if it occurred in mid-race, on a bike ! You adapted to the more difficult issue of Bipolar, and you will manage to adapt to this --- work on developing new skills and now sources of fun, so that you;'re not solely reliant on cycling and similar activities for your fun.
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