Before You Ask
Please read the FAQ page here. Below are the ask guidelines.
1. We are not Google. Please don’t ask us questions that could be answered with a simple search engine entry.*
2. We are not medical professionals; we will not talk to you about medications. That is between yourself and your doctor. This is a hard rule for this blog are rarely are exceptions made.**
3. No longer will we be individually answering “What do I do?” questions. Our only advice is to go to a doctor and seek out your options from there.
4. If you write from your account please let us know if you would prefer a private response or if you’re OK with it being published.
5. If you disagree with something we have posted or advice we have given, you may talk to us about it, but be respectful about it.
6.We do not currently have the “Reply” option on our posts. This is to help us filter what is said in response to asks. This is our blog, and we have every right to filter what is said to our followers, even from other followers. Therefore, if you would like to add something to an Ask, you’re welcome to write to us and if we find it appropriate and helpful, we will add it.
7. We will not answer “is there a meme for ____ disorder/illness/etc.”. We have a list of similar memes here and MIMouses longer list can be found here. And you can always Google it. “*Your illness here* meme tumblr”.
8. Also we can’t answer “Why is this happening to me?” asks. From the bottom of our hearts, we’re sorry you’re dealing with the symptoms of bipolar disorder, we know how it hurts, but we don’t have answers to this. No one does.
We thank you all for not only supporting our blog, but for coming to us with any questions or help you may need. We love hearing from you.
*When we receive a Google question, we do actually try to find the answer on Google ourselves, before deciding to answer it or not. If we can find a page full of well written, easy to understand responses in five seconds, so can you.
**In order to retain some type of “fairness” we also will not answer questions about natural remedies for bipolar disorder. This could actually be considered a ‘google’ question, seeing as suggestions for this treatment path are easily found on google. Also, if you’re going to embark on this plan, it’s best to educate yourself as much as possible.