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QI'm not Manic-Depressive but is there a term for my condition?

I'm not Manic-Depressive but is there a term for my condition?

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#1sakoviaAnswered at 2013-05-16 09:09:37
Not in any way. It is perfectly normal to want different things on different days ......... In fact, it is so rare that in my book is very strange reasons that people think are bipolar . ( Bipolar mania )
#2nikkaAnswered at 2014-03-22 04:48:41
This isn't really a condition, this is just your preferences in activities changing from week to week.

Mania is a state of abnormally elevated or irritable mood, arousal and/or energy levels.

It wouldn't be considered a drastic mood swing because you don't suffer from major depression afterwards, and you are content doing either one.

As said before, most quirks in personality aren't considered a full blown personality disorder, it's when it's ongoing and disrupts your life in a bad way that would be considered some kind of mental health problem.

If you still feel concerned about it I suggest you make an appointment with your doctor.
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