Our expert says:
Hi Jakan, Funny how hard it can be to stop being angry, isn;t it ? Even when the anger is not actually functional or useful. I really think one has ( it's really good advice, though at times I find it hard to take and implement, myself ) to recognize when the issue, though significant and though one may be entirely right, is just not important enough to deserve all that anger and seething which is damaging to oneself, and either unnoticed by the guilty parties, or something they easily dismiss as just a sign of sour grapes on our part. And as you say, with any excuse ( and bipolar can be a dandy one ) they can feel even more justified in ignoring anything that may have been right or significant in your concerns.
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