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Nutritional Factors in Bipolar Disorder Often Overlooked

Researchers at Lewisham Counselling and Counsellor Associates in Britain performed a very small study to ...
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Bipolar Disorder Conflict Management Strategies

As Joe pointed out in his post “Bipolar Disorder and Family Dynamics,” bipolar disorder typically ...
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Be Prepared

When you’re experiencing a major mood episode, having key information available is essential to ensure ...
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What To Do in a Psychiatric Crisis

NAMI Indiana has some very valuable information about what to do in a psychiatric crisis ...
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Separating What’s Bipolar From What’s Not

One of the things I hate most about bipolar disorder is how subtly sinister it ...
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Defusing Confrontation with “I” Statements

Shortly after bipolar disorder invaded our home in 1999, a series of marriage counselors encouraged ...
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Questioning Whether Bipolar Disorder Is An Illness

Several weeks ago, the British Psychological Society published a report online entitled “Understanding Bipolar Disorder.” ...
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Why Not Drop the “Mental” from “Mental Illness”?

We distinguish between mental and physical illness. Why? Many illnesses we consider physical have a ...
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Do We Stigmatize Ourselves?

Mental illness carries a stigma, no doubt about it. Recently, however, I began to wonder ...
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Bipolar Recovery as Transformation

I always thought of recovery from bipolar disorder as a return to the BB (before ...
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