Tag Archives: Bipolar

What Goes Up, Must Come Down — My Bipolar Mind

What goes up, must come down can easily define Bipolar Disorder. Meaning, after every high — or manic episode — a low is sure to follow. The post What Goes Up, Must Come Down appeared first on My Bipolar Mind. via … Continue reading

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Self Love — The Bipolar Writer Collaborative Mental Health Blog

Self love to me is loving yourself, wholly and unconditionally. Loving the good parts of yourself and the bad. It is also taking time to care for your self and to make your self the best you can be. Self-love … Continue reading

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A Bipolar Narrative: The Big Sleep (Part 1) — My Mind’s Mischief

A story about living life with bipolar mood disorder. via A Bipolar Narrative: The Big Sleep (Part 1) — My Mind’s Mischief. Part 2 can be found https://mymindmischiefblog.wordpress.com/2019/04/20/a-bipolar-narrative-wake-up-sunshine/

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Letters From The Sky: A Message to the People in our lives. — My Mind’s Mischief

Dear love, I’m writing this letter on behalf of all the people suffering from bipolar – those who I have come to know and those I have yet to meet. I speak for those who have yet to tell their … Continue reading

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Be Your Own Advocate In Bipolar Medication Management — The Dopamine Queen

It seems many people with Bipolar Disorder are leaving their treatment plan completely up to their doctors. I often hear about how a med is not working for someone or how the side effects are making it not worth the … Continue reading

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Bipolar Mania vs. Happiness – Can You Always Tell the Difference?

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Earitated — lifeoffaif

Have you ever had a bad ear infection? Mostly this happens when we are children. I am part of those lucky few who still get bad ear infections as an adult. Let me tell you, they’re brutal. via Earitated — lifeoffaif.

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Bipolar Disorder…Coming Out of the Closet — Prairie Sky Wellness

There is a lot of stigma surrounding mental illness and what often comes with a diagnosis is a lot of shame, confusion, feelings of defeat, and a sense that you are somehow a ‘broken’ person. Today I have made the … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: The Best Books On Bipolar Disorder — The Dopamine Queen

Being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder can be overwhelming and scary. Educating yourself and your loved ones on the condition is essential to managing the symptoms. I am often asked for bipolar book recommendations. I have read several books on the … Continue reading

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I am Ready for Group Therapy — The Bipolar Writer Collaborative Mental Health Blog

Wow. I never thought that these words would ever come out of my mouth. Since a bad psych ward experience with group therapy, I have been anti-group since then. I have to grow. I can’t keep going down this path … Continue reading

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