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  • Bipolar Disorder Focus Problems?

    Straight Talk on Managing Bipolar Disorder
    Julie Fast
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:03 am
    Having trouble getting things done? Here’s a tip I’m currently using with my business partner as we sit at the table and curse our ADD brains! 1. Put yourself in a place you can work. We often meet at coffee shops where I’m perfectly fine in the noise and bustle. My partner prefers the quiet. We compromise. If your office setting isn’t working, pick up your work and go to another room. It is possible. Where you work affects your output. Look around- are you in a location that is conducive to getting things done? Julie Ps: Click here to read my Bp Magazine Blog: Bipolar…
  • Euphoria

    MedicineNet Bipolar Disorder Specialty
    30 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    Title: EuphoriaCategory: Symptoms and SignsCreated: 4/11/2011 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 4/30/2015 12:00:00 AM
  • FDA approves first generic Abilify to treat mental illnesses

    Bipolar News From Medical News Today
    30 Apr 2015 | 2:00 am
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first generic versions of Abilify (aripiprazole).
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    Bipolar Disorder News
    5 May 2015 | 3:20 am
    … health disorder, such as depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, we believe we …
  • San Fermin’s indie rock is brilliant—and not really all that Baroque

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    Bill Chenevert
    4 May 2015 | 8:06 am
    Ellis Ludwig-Leone is essentially a brilliant indie-rock puppet master. The Yale grad—who studied composition and has worked for modern classical supernova Nico Muhly—writes records for an eight-piece touring band. He plays keyboards himself, but fills out San Fermin records with string and horn arrangements, woodwinds, guitars and found sounds—and that’s after writing singing parts for Charlene Kaye and Allen Tate. With the release of last month’s Jackrabbit, the outfit’s sophomore, they’ve built on a strong self-titled debut and are thrilled to take these new songs on the…
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    MedicineNet Bipolar Disorder Specialty

  • Euphoria

    30 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    Title: EuphoriaCategory: Symptoms and SignsCreated: 4/11/2011 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 4/30/2015 12:00:00 AM
  • First Generic Abilify Approved

    30 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    Title: First Generic Abilify ApprovedCategory: Health NewsCreated: 4/29/2015 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 4/30/2015 12:00:00 AM
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    20 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
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    16 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
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  • San Fermin’s indie rock is brilliant—and not really all that Baroque

    Bill Chenevert
    4 May 2015 | 8:06 am
    Ellis Ludwig-Leone is essentially a brilliant indie-rock puppet master. The Yale grad—who studied composition and has worked for modern classical supernova Nico Muhly—writes records for an eight-piece touring band. He plays keyboards himself, but fills out San Fermin records with string and horn arrangements, woodwinds, guitars and found sounds—and that’s after writing singing parts for Charlene Kaye and Allen Tate. With the release of last month’s Jackrabbit, the outfit’s sophomore, they’ve built on a strong self-titled debut and are thrilled to take these new songs on the…
  • Pics: On the scene at the #PhillyIsBaltimore protest Thursday evening

    J.R. Blackwell
    30 Apr 2015 | 3:44 pm
    Philly Weekly photographer J.R. Blackwell was at the scene of the #PhillyIsBaltimore protest happening at Philadelphia City Hall this evening. Some notable quotes from protestors who spoke: Citizens of all ages comprised the crowd of hundreds. “I’m here because I’m raising her in America.” “I’m scared to go outside.” “Philly does a good job of hiding what revolutionary spirit we have.” “You can beat us up, damn it, but you can’t stop us.” “Being revolutionary is a part of life.” “This is a time to…
  • Why your friends criticizing the Baltimore riots are either ignorant or racist

    Josh Kruger
    28 Apr 2015 | 4:06 pm
    Over the past 24 hours, the Internet has exploded with commentary and armchair analysis on the riots in Baltimore. The civil unrest started just hours after the funeral of Freddie Gray, a citizen whose spinal cord was injured “mysteriously” while in the back of a police van. Gray, an African American, died on April 19. At a press conference on Friday, BPD Commissioner Anthony Batts admitted at least one glaring failure of his department: that Gray did not get the medical care he ought to have received while in police custody. Batts, a self-described reformist, forcefully…
  • Chaz Bundick on Toro Y Moi’s brand new guitar-based California rock record

    Bill Chenevert
    28 Apr 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Chaz Bundick (aka Toro Y Moi) is a quiet, thoughtful, intently composed interview. He speaks softly and is grateful when I say his music feels sunny and bright. His newest record, What For?, is only three weeks old and his fourth officially as TYM. He and Carpark [Records] reissued June 2009 three springs ago, a more funk and rock-flavored collection of B-sides and discarded songs before the release of his debut LP in 2010 Causers of This, which is kind of interesting because they’re both sonically pretty far from the two records that came before What For? Underneath the Pine (’11)…
  • Opera Philadelphia’s “Don Carlo” dazzles with melodrama and romantic terror

    Bill Chenevert
    28 Apr 2015 | 8:34 am
    When Giuseppe Verdi wrote Don Carlo, it was for ardent French operagoers—a grand, five-act opera with a ballet, a parade and a gruesome burning of heretics. In 1867, Parisians wanted operas that lasted five hours and were rife with melodramatics, pomp, spectacular visuals and twists and turns. Almost 150 years later, Opera Philadelphia takes on the dubious task of condensing the Verdi super-opera into a two-act three-hour affair. Hard to imagine all that French money in wigs and gowns sitting contently for half a day when Philadelphians can wear jeans and check Facebook at intermission.
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    Straight Talk on Managing Bipolar Disorder

  • Bipolar Disorder Focus Problems?

    Julie Fast
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:03 am
    Having trouble getting things done? Here’s a tip I’m currently using with my business partner as we sit at the table and curse our ADD brains! 1. Put yourself in a place you can work. We often meet at coffee shops where I’m perfectly fine in the noise and bustle. My partner prefers the quiet. We compromise. If your office setting isn’t working, pick up your work and go to another room. It is possible. Where you work affects your output. Look around- are you in a location that is conducive to getting things done? Julie Ps: Click here to read my Bp Magazine Blog: Bipolar…
  • Bipolar Disorder Depression: ” Julie, Can You Help Me? I Feel Like I Can’t Go On….”

    Julie Fast
    19 Apr 2015 | 7:47 pm
    Here is a post from last year when I was in a down swing. I hope it helps if you’re in a downswing today. Julie I’ve been posting a lot to Facebook lately. I have a wonderful bipolar disorder community on my page and I find great solace, fun and a lot of joy from the posts. Here is a question from a reader and my answer. ” Julie, please help me. I feel like I can’t go on… How do you do it? .”  It took me many years to find the answer, but it’s simple- I understand and accept that the feeling that I can’t go on is just another symptom of…
  • Accepting New Family Member and Partner Coaching Clients

    Julie Fast
    18 Apr 2015 | 12:01 am
    Five years ago, I started coaching partners and family members of people with bipolar disorder as an addition to my writing career. I never thought I would find work that I enjoy as much as I enjoy coaching. I feel at home with the parents and partners as I have been where they are- and I remain calm during the crises that many of my clients are going through while we are working together. Bipolar disorder is like a puzzle. It’s not always easy to find the right pieces on your own. It helps to have a coach as a guide. My coaching practice has room for new clients. I take new clients…
  • Getting Through the Family Holiday Dinner When You Have Bipolar Disorder

    Julie Fast
    4 Apr 2015 | 11:52 am
    Going home to visit my family during the holidays used to be a joy when I was a child. Bipolar disorder changed this for many years. I saw family gatherings as a place that highlighted my shortcomings, my medication weight gain and how behind I was in life because of this illness.   It’s Easter tomorrow and for those who celebrate the day with a big family dinner, planning ahead for the inevitable feelings that come up for people with bipolar disorder is essential. Now that my bipolar disorder is under control and I’m more able to accept myself for who I am, I enjoy dinners with…
  • It’s World Bipolar Day… Let’s Celebrate!

    Julie Fast
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:46 am
    The International Bipolar Foundation did all of the hard work for us. It’s not easy to create a day just for those of us with bipolar disorder, but they have done it!  Since today is the day, the best way to show your support is to post on Twitter and facebook using the hashtag #WorldBipolarDay Tell your story! Share some encouragement and most of all, let’s help people all over the world feel safe enough to say they have bipolar disorder.  Stigma ends when the numbers get so high they can no longer be ignored. I’m not ashamed to have bipolar disorder. It’s simply an…
 
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  • A parents guide to bipolar disorder

    Julie Joyce
    3 May 2015 | 11:54 am
    Wouldn’t it be great if there were such a guide? There is more information available than 20yrs ago, but it is sorely lacking still. My journey began where every parent’s journey begins, with the pediatrician. At a very young age I knew there was something different about my son. He had more energy than any kid I ever met. I swear to you he NEVER sat still. I often tell people raising my son was like having 5 children at once. If those kid leashes were available back then I probably would’ve bought one. He had no fear of anything or anyone. It was beneficial when I needed a babysitter…
  • What Would You Propose to Make the Mental Health System Better?

    Brad Hoefs
    3 May 2015 | 4:38 am
    May has been designated as “Mental Health Awareness Month” and today is “National Mental Health & Dignity Day”. The designation of this day as the National Mental Health & Dignity is a grass roots movement with the goals of celebrating wellness and secondly to speak out for the rights and dignity of persons in recovery from mental health conditions and psychiatric survivors. “Fifty years ago, the process of ‘deinstitutionalization,’ closing America’s state mental institutions where people often languished for life in deplorable conditions, was supposed to be…
  • Chasing the Shade

    Beth Brownsberger Mader
    1 May 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Late last summer, my husband and I unexpectedly found ourselves at an exposed campsite in the desert—no trees of any height around, little breeze, and camped on ancient volcanic rock—and it was darn hot outside, about 108°, the sun scalding. We live in in the high desert mountains of Arizona, so the weather wasn’t surprising, and we are experienced campers. But knowing the conditions could be dangerous, we hung out under our pop-up shade, while the dog continued to dig her hole deeper into the hard, cooler earth. For a time we had relief; we were protected.   Then the sun moved.
  • Finding Hope Along the Bipolar Journey

    Andrea Paquette
    1 May 2015 | 3:08 am
    When I learned that Saturday, May 2nd, is Global Hope Day, as designated by the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression, I felt extremely inspired to share a very personal piece of my bipolar journey with you. No matter how many times I share my personal story, each time, I feel that I gain a little piece of my heart back. Never did I imagine myself at 25 years old, in a psychiatric ward, alone, jobless, penniless, friendless, and even homeless, as my roommates kicked me out of my house. While I was in the throes of a gripping and horrendous psychosis, the hospital…
  • Spring Mania

    Dr. Christina Girgis
    30 Apr 2015 | 8:06 pm
    Clinical Pearls: Spring Mania- Deciding If It’s Time for Action Spring is nature’s way of saying, “Let’s party!” -Robin Williams I love this quote and find it meaningful on a number of levels. We are (finally) smack dab in the middle of spring right now. Unfortunately, for those with bipolar disorder, that can sometimes bring trouble. The seasonal pattern of bipolar disorder, where depression and mania correlate with different seasons, is a real phenomenon. Have you noticed an increase in mania symptoms? For many people with bipolar disorder, winter typically brings on depressive…
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  • The Top Pinterest Podcasts to Follow

    Lisa Devereaux
    27 Apr 2015 | 6:45 am
    The Last Degree Today’s podcasts are another brilliant way to share information and training online. As podcast listenership grows, so does the content so this inspired me to check out what Pinterest Podcasts there are for people like myself learning as fast as I can how to leverage Pinterest for business. From a quick search for Pinterest specific Podcasts there were only 3 that really focused just on Pinterest Marketing whereas other popular Podcasts were an accumulation of broader topics of Social Media Marketing, Blogging, Entrepreneurship and Internet Marketing. In these other…
  • Digital Parents Blog Carnival Host of the Month

    Lisa Devereaux
    22 Mar 2015 | 8:01 pm
    The Last Degree March is my birthday month and I am super excited to be hosting the Digital Parents Blog Carnival. This month we received a great variety of blog posts including a few dads as well. Don’t forget to scroll all down to the bottom to check out all the posts and where possible write a comment or two to say you visited. Blogging is fun and it is always a pleasure to read what other bloggers are up too and what inspires them to share with the world. Enjoy! Spirited Mama Most beautiful toy stores in Paris I visited Paris with my daughter at Christmas and visited the most…
  • How to use Pinterest Messaging for Business

    Lisa Devereaux
    15 Mar 2015 | 9:37 pm
    The Last Degree Texts, e-mails, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter – there seems to be a whole plethora of platforms to get in touch with people nowadays, which leaves us with a question, “Why should we really care about the Pinterest Messaging for business System and what added advantage would it bring to my business?” If you are just another curious pinner mulling over the effectiveness of the newest addition to the ‘messenger’ list, read on to find out all about Pinterest Messaging and its usefulness for your business. Getting you started on Pinterest Messaging In an attempt to make the…
  • Dark Post Profits 2.0 Review and Bonus Facebook Ad Analytics

    Lisa Devereaux
    8 Mar 2015 | 5:30 am
    The Last Degree With 665 million active users each day, Facebook is massive marketplace to search and navigate especially if you have a product or service to sell. To be honest if you are a business or have a product to sell you cannot afford to ignore Facebook in your marketing strategy. But since Facebook is such a huge beast totally representing a large proportion of the world population you need to learn how to segment and leverage this platform to target your idea customer with accuracy otherwise you are marketing blind.  Since running my first Facebook Ads in 2013, I have learnt…
  • How to generate More Subscribers with Retargeting

    Lisa Devereaux
    3 Mar 2015 | 4:35 am
    The Last Degree A few years ago when I first heard of the internet marketing strategy of retargeting it was limited to the top end of town for blogs with massive traffic that could afford the services of expensive software that could track when a visitor left your website by following them around the internet with advertisements  encouraging them to click back to the website again. Accordingly to industry estimates reporting that less than 2% of web traffic make a purchase, complete a form or sign up for a product or service when on your site; which means that you are losing 98% of traffic.
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  • I'm rising,but I ain't shining, not yet anyway...

    Tessa
    3 May 2015 | 4:05 am
    arose – 6:45 weight – 223.2 (both weight and sugar levels higher and yesterday I actually had a low carb day-go figure) sugar level fasting – 121 pills – inhaler, pills, adrenal support water – started I don’t feel so well this morning. Stomach upset and didn’t sleep so well last night. I may end up going back to bed. I wouldn’t have gotten up, but couldn’t get back to sleep. I am not sure if my moods have shifted or not. Last night felt fine before going to bed and this morning I feel depressed. Have to see if they swing back later or…
  • Forget Me // Mary Lambert

    ratchetrambles
    3 May 2015 | 3:35 am
    I’m feeling very roadkill tonight. it isn’t truly night, though, is it? it’s 4am and I’ve lost my mind. i’m erased, expired, extinct. i am stiff, i am cold, i am lifeless. because i am the definition of second best i am not worthy, nor will I ever be worthy of being put first Mary Lambert holds a deep place in my heart because I connect with her on many levels. We’re both gay, fat, and sad. We both have bipolar disorder. We were raised in a Christian church that doesn’t accept LGBT people. We have dysfunctional families. We both love writing and…
  • Guest Blogger - Bipolar Brainiac - The 'waiting game' is ours to win.

    bipolarwhisper
    3 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    My Current antidepressant stopped working. Now, I can stop worrying about when it’s going to!!!  (laugh track) What? A joke at a time like this? Seriously? Seriously. I’m bleeding tears right now. If I don’t find some humor in this repetitious routine of manic, depressed, manic, etc, I’ll opt out.  Of it all. ‘But no,’ I think. What will happen to the new friends I am making? How will my choice to accept defeat lying down affect their recovery? Sometimes when someone dies, it makes the rest of us stronger, but I remember two recent ‘accidental overdose’ (suicides) that left…
  • 'Life is What You Make it' by Preeti Shenoy: A Book Review

    Pankaj Goyal
    3 May 2015 | 1:29 am
    My Rating*** ‘Life Is What You Make It’ by Preeti Shenoy is a decent read, which you can finish in one sitting. You can term this book as impressive. However, at the same time, don’t expect too much from this book. While the opening chapter of the book is both pleasing and appealing, the first half of the book, in general, is the typical college love story and does not offer anything different. A college love story seems to be a tried and tested love formula that works in modern Indian writings now days. The success of this formula can be seen in the number of college love stories…
  • Watch "Depressive and Bipolar Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #30" on YouTube

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    3 May 2015 | 1:02 am
 
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    A Mad Reality

  • Breakdown?

    1 May 2015 | 2:42 pm
    Very slowly I feel I am heading to a breakdown. It’s becoming hard for me to think, and feel, and function. Playing with the girls, housework, homework, all seem impossible. I’ve felt this way before. I can push myself with the girls. I have help with housework. There is nothing I can do for school. I’m really doubting myself. I sent a message to my advisor telling him that I feel this is impossible, and I really don’t think I can finish school. This is the reply he sent me.I know the feelings are real. And at the same time the feelings are just feelings. Respect yourself and honor…
  • Anxiety attacks please go away

    29 Apr 2015 | 5:07 pm
    For the last 24 hours I’ve had anxiety attack upon anxiety attack. I know the reasons behind it, which I’m not going to get into, but I can’t figure out how to stop it. I have headaches, stomach aches, trouble breathing, pounding heart, I can’t focus, I feel pins and needles all over my body, and I generally feel like I’m on the verge of a breakdown. I’ve tried breathing exercises, listened to rain music, tried Xanax. It is not stopping.It’s not too bad when I’m directly interacting with the girls. But when they were eating dinner, taking a bath, and now watching tv, I am…
  • Starting again

    23 Apr 2015 | 3:59 pm
    I saw my therapist today. After a couple weeks of depression I finally made an appointment on Monday. Thankfully the depression lifted yesterday. I kept the appointment because I hadn’t been in for a while. That and my PCP said at my last check in that I should start seeing him on a regular basis again for my body issues.The session today went very good. We talked mostly about the depression. He is amazed at how much I rapid-cycle. He told me something that I already knew, that there was a good chance that I will be battling this for life. Which I hate the thought of but I also understand…
  • Trying to keep it together

    19 Apr 2015 | 5:04 pm
    For the past two weeks I’ve been depressed. I wasn’t worried about it because it hasn’t been extreme and it’s been coming and going. But slowly it’s getting worse. And it’s not going away. Two weeks and I’m not any better.Today wasn’t bad. I was busy and I had a good day with my daughters. We came home about 30 minutes ago and it hit me. Out of no where I feel lifeless. I had a shower to see if that would relax me. Nope. I just want to go to bed. I actually started crying at the fact that I have to put the girls to bed soon. It doesn’t sound like much, and seeing it written…
  • 10,000

    13 Apr 2015 | 3:10 pm
    I've reached 10,000 views of this blog. Small accomplishment, but I'm happy.I just wanted to thank everyone who reads. I love doing this and will hopefully be doing this for a while longer.
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    Guide to the Life Bipolar

  • Triggers

    Christopher Roland
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:57 am
    At some point our emotions, at their peak or at their lowest point, cling on to some external stimulus that becomes inscribed into our minds as being representative of a certain frame of mind. A person, a sound, a place, an experience—all of them, triggers. Other Bipolar guidebooks highlight the triggers we all know well, like stress, lack of sleep, alcohol and drugs as well as life events such as job loss, death of a loved one or even the birth of a new child. Generally it seems if something could cause a ‘normal’ person to have a mood swing, or experience a mild to severe trauma, that…
  • Bad Days

    Christopher Roland
    3 Apr 2015 | 3:56 pm
    Some days we may wish more than ever that we could turn it off. And the faking, the feeling like someone will find us out is unbearable—we’re crazy, emotionally unstable and there’s something noticeably wrong with us. Some invisible force is pulling our mood in every possible direction, and all we can do is take it, survive it, crawl through that black bog until we finally, mercifully crawl into bed. Then it starts all over again. I would ‘fake normalcy’ as much as possible, and on the job and in passing people may not have noticed. My spouse noticed. She knew I was faking for…
  • Motivation and Success

    Christopher Roland
    21 Mar 2015 | 1:41 pm
    When we are sick—and even when we’re not—failures can derail our sense of self-worth, thereby sabotaging future efforts and perpetuating a perception of self-defeat. All areas of life are subject to our motivation to improve them in some way, when we can, as most people strive to do every day. The issues arise when we cannot envision any improvement—when we doom ourselves to failure by virtue of our unwillingness to try. If at work we make mistakes that catch the eye of a supervisor, that supervisor will wait for a recovery—a relief from their sense that they may have a weak link…
  • Special People

    Christopher Roland
    16 Mar 2015 | 10:36 am
    One of the aspects of referential thinking that was especially strange during my mania was that certain people around me were “special,” and related to me in some way. Sometimes they were government spies, part of a special agency that was tracking me. Sometimes they were people with special psychic abilities—just like me. Not everyone was “special.” They came along at seemingly opportune times, to delivery me a message or, more often, keep me from running in front of traffic. They made me feel safe—there was a network of quiet sentinels keeping track of me. Perhaps that is why I…
  • Hope

    Christopher Roland
    6 Mar 2015 | 10:42 am
    How is it that hope most often resides in the darkest of places? It exists only when needed. It’s there, waiting. And yet so often overlooked. During dark times I had given up searching for it, and that was almost my end. I didn’t believe what the doctors said about my recovery. My manic depression was on top of me every day. The pain was in every bird’s chirp, every coworker’s fleeting glance, every sniff of the nose of a passerby. I felt useless, pathetic, and every speck of creation could see me for it. All of these tormentors were inescapable, and so the prospect of enduring…
 
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    Latest Bipolar News

  • Racial differences in rural areas show less depression

    bipolarman
    11 Apr 2015 | 10:10 am
    Study shows less #depression in Black women A recent study shows country life for African-American women has a beneficial effect on their mental health when compared to their urban counterparts. The study shows that... The post Racial differences in rural areas show less depression appeared first on Latest Bipolar News.
  • Bipolar Facts & Figures on World Bipolar Day

    bipolarman
    30 Mar 2015 | 10:38 am
    World #bipolar Day   Today (30/03/15) is World bipolar Day and takes place on the same date of 30th March every year to coincide with Vincent Van Goghs birthday. Vincent Van Gogh is widely... The post Bipolar Facts & Figures on World Bipolar Day appeared first on Latest Bipolar News.
  • The best and worst #bipolar news of the week

    bipolarman
    15 Mar 2015 | 9:39 am
    The best and worst #bipolar news of the week Best bipolar quote of the week goes to The Guardian: Let’s get this straight right now: bipolar is not a useful tool for productivity –... The post The best and worst #bipolar news of the week appeared first on Latest Bipolar News.
  • Who am I? Bipolar & identity.

    bipolarman
    9 Mar 2015 | 8:47 pm
    Bipolar identity schemas A very interesting article over at Psychology Today discussing identity “schemas” really rang true for me, being bipolar. I’ve often really struggled with knowing who I am. Especially as I wasn’t... The post Who am I? Bipolar & identity. appeared first on Latest Bipolar News.
  • 4 Not So Funny Bipolar Memes

    bipolarman
    6 Mar 2015 | 11:04 am
    Unfunny Bipolar Memes In stark contrast to the recent post on funny bipolar memes, this post shows a few memes that are either just not at all funny, or have particularly serious connotations to... The post 4 Not So Funny Bipolar Memes appeared first on Latest Bipolar News.
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