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'''Cyclothymic personality''' is a non clinical [[personality]] characterised by mild [[cyclomythia]], with alternating and recurring paterns of [[depression]] and [[elation]]. It can can be conceived of as being at the "normal" end of the bipolar spectrum
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'''Cyclothymic personality''' is a non clinical [[personality]] characterised by mild [[cyclothymia]], with alternating and recurring paterns of [[depression]] and [[elation]]. It can can be conceived of as being at the "normal" end of the bipolar spectrum
   
   

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Cyclothymic personality is a non clinical personality characterised by mild cyclothymia, with alternating and recurring paterns of depression and elation. It can can be conceived of as being at the "normal" end of the bipolar spectrum


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