A condition characterized by frequent changes in mood, ranging from manic optimism to depressed hopelessness, all due to environmental circumstances rather than biochemistry.
“The current economic situation is so complicated and emotionally charged, we have become environmentally bipolar – energized one minute by good news, and despondent the next by bad.”
by sunday copywriter May 03, 2009

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