Tag Archives: Bipolar Depression

Dealing With Other People’s Anger — Bipolar Me

Before I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 and anxiety, I thought I was just a wimp. Anger – anyone’s anger – frightened me, even if it was not directed at me. I spent a lot of time cringing, until it … Continue reading

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Please Check In on Family and Friends Who May Be Hurting Or Alone During the Holidays – December 23, 2019

My sister is having her first Christmas without her husband. He died last month. She has two daughters, four grandchildren, and our two brothers nearby as well as other friends and family. I had two friends who lost family members … Continue reading

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~The Depressive Side of Bipolar~ — Bipolar Tapestry~Poetic Thoughts

There are two modes of bipolar 1, as well as bipolar 2. In fact in all bipolar diagnosis you have two modes. Some of the bipolar labels have mixed modes which means being hypo manic and depressed at the same … Continue reading

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Eight Essential Steps To Freedom From Bipolar Disorder – YouTube Video Bipolar Advantage

Standard Disclaimer: I am not a medical health professional and any comments I post are not intended, nor should they be construed, as medical advice. If you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911 (where applicable) or contact … Continue reading

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Putting the Bipolar Brain to Bed (or Trying to) — Speaking Bipolar

What’s it like when an overactive mind won’t shut off at night? Here’s a (mostly) fictional and humorous look at what a bipolar brain looks like from the inside on a sleepless night. | #bipolar #overthinking #SpeakingBipolar The post Putting … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Survive After a Devastating Chronic Illness Diagnosis — Speaking Bipolar

You can survive a chronic illness diagnosis. Read this post about five tips that will help you keep going and support you to live your best life. 21 more words via 5 Ways to Survive After a Devastating Chronic Illness Diagnosis … Continue reading

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25 Signs And Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder (from True Activist) — Bipolar in Order: A Confessional

https://videopress.com/embed/fI9jOGBk?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0 25 Signs and Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder From True Activist (Note: I took the opportunity to edit this article for my blog format so readers do not have to put up with a hundred advertisements and the annoying slideshow) … Continue reading

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My Bipolar Stats – July 17, 2019

I decided to do a separate post in response to my re-blogging of Dopamine Queen’s post https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/2019/07/16/interesting-bipolar-disorder-statistics-the-dopamine-queen; original post by Dopamine Queen: https://dopaminequeen.com/2019/07/16/interesting-bipolar-disorder-statistics/. In my case, I was going to a mental health facility for their (mental health facility) weekly … Continue reading

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This REALLY Isn’t Okay – YouTube Video

I saw this video show up yesterday on YouTube, but I didn’t watch/read it until today – This REALLY Isn’t Okay – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xEHeoarucY (around 12:32 minutes long). As someone who has chronic pain and chronic illness, I can … Continue reading

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Interesting Bipolar Disorder Statistics — The Dopamine Queen

People with bipolar disorder, on average, suffer 10 years before receiving treatment and only 49% of bipolar individuals receive treatment. The average age of American bipolar disorder onset is 25 years old 83% of bipolar cases are considered severe. More … Continue reading

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