About me

Hello, I am Lynne

I was diagnosed with Bipolar when I was 30 years old in 1996.

I was adopted as a small baby to a Christian family.

My parents had already adopted my older brother – he was two when I arrived.

From the age of 6 months we all attended a Lutheran church.

I attended infant/primary school from the age of 5 til eleven.

My younger brother was fostered to our family in 1975 when I was around 9 years old. We

adopted him in 1976.

When I was eleven I attended secondary school and left at age 17.

I had an assortment of jobs until around the end of 1990. My grandma died in 1991, Dad was diagnosed

with Alzheimers and I got pregnant.

I have two children now who have a difference in age of 15 and a half years. First a boy and second a girl.

I have called my blog “Making Sense of Bipolar and Life In General”


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