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Bipolar Support Groups

September 14th, 2015|Categories: Get Support, Resources|0 Comments

If you have ever felt alone with your bipolar symptoms you are certainly not the only one and it should also be mentioned that if these feelings of loneliness are not dealt with you could be risking another manic episode. Support groups are a great lifeline for suffers of a bipolar disorder and can literally save your life when your depression is at its blackest, and best of all many are run or recommended by health care professionals so you can feel safe talking about your feelings and experiences. In this article you will find information on different support groups and reasons why it can quickly become an important part of your therapy. Along with being able to find a list of support groups that might be able to help you understand and manage your bipolar symptoms, you can also relearn all of the reasons why it is important to not try to treat your symptoms by yourself.

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Bipolar counseling

January 17th, 2015|Categories: Resources|0 Comments

One of the most effective methods of treating your bipolar disorder medication combined with therapy that can include online counseling which is becoming extremely popular with patients of all ages and backgrounds. There are several advantages to using online counseling that can include its convenience of only being a click on your keyboard away to the anonymity it can offer, which can be extremely important to some individuals who need to talk about their behaviors and problems without being recognized. These are only some of the benefits that online counseling can give to sufferers of a bipolar disorder and you can find the rest included in this article. It will also help explain how an online counseling session works along with a list of some safe and effective ones that might be able to offer you the additional support you need when you feel a manic episode starting to come on.

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Bipolar disorder quiz

November 28th, 2014|Categories: Resources|0 Comments

Even the word “quiz” can cause many adults to immediately envision the surprise tests administered by teachers throughout their school years, and cause some bipolar sufferers to experience a brief manic episode out of panic and anxiety. Before you start breathing quickly and have an emotional mood swing it should be noted that this quiz does not include a grade and it is meant to only be used as a learning tool to help ensure that you understand every aspect about your bipolar condition. The quiz included in this article also has the answers supplied and it should also be noted that there is really no “right or wrong” response to any of the brief questions. It is only meant to be a tool used by patients and their therapists to help them develop an effective treatment plan, along with answering any lingering questions you might have concerning your bipolar disorder.

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Bipolar Chat Room Guide

June 6th, 2014|Categories: Resources|0 Comments

There are several resources that suffers of a bipolar disorder can take advantage of and some of these are proving to be effective at helping patients to manage and control their manic urges and mood swings, and one of the most popular is an online chat room. In an online chat room you can connect with other adults who are also experiencing the same or similar symptoms and problems, and the simple feeling that you are not alone can do wonders for helping you prevent a manic episode. This article will not only cover the benefits your can receive from these chat rooms it also includes a list of safe and free ones that can offer you the help and support that you need. It is important to remember to use your common sense when you are online, and be careful to not let the chat room take over your life and become a problem and not a handy resource.

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Bipolar resources

March 30th, 2014|Categories: Resources|0 Comments

Many people who have been diagnosed with a bipolar condition do not realize how many resources are available to help them understand their disorder, and other the help and support you need to start managing your mood swings and bouts with depression. In this article you will find the information you need to surround yourself with all of the resources available and it also includes several that you probably never knew existed. Not only will you be able to contact local and national support groups along with federal social security disability programs, you can also take advantage of the included links for lawyers who have experience representing bipolar clients who might have been discriminated against. Your bipolar disorder is a serious condition that not only affects your mental health but also your physical well being, which is why it is so important to get all of the help and support that you need to prevent another manic episode.

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I love these quotes on bipolar Will you?

February 11th, 2014|Categories: Resources|0 Comments

We usually don’t realize how often we use famous and infamous quotes in our speech patterns and writings, and this tendency to want to repeat the sayings of others can actually be beneficial in your bipolar disorder treatment. Quotes utter by others with the same or similar condition not only help you feel less alone, these sayings can also give you strength and courage in the face of a difficult situation and help you resist the triggers that can cause a manic episode. In this article you will find plenty of quotes dealing with all aspects of a bipolar disorder that cover everything from sex and suicide to depression and whether or not creative genius is worth the mental and physical anguish living with this illness can bring. While quotes should not be your only form of therapy, it can give you the strength and courage you need to deal with your bipolar disorder.

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Movies about bipolar disorder

January 5th, 2014|Categories: Resources|0 Comments

Movies are a source of entertainment and can also be used to gain additional information about your bipolar disorder, and there are plenty of films that deal with this mental health condition in one way or the other. Whether you choose a biographical picture, documentary or a fictionalized account there is a chance that these movies can help you cope with your illness and diagnosis, and can provide you with a unique and entertaining form of therapy. In this article you will find movies that deal with this sensitive subject matter and since the films are already divided into categories it will be easy to find one that suits your mood and symptoms. While some of these films may make you laugh, cry, and even feel uncomfortable each one was created to help bring awareness about bipolar disorders and broader the public’s understanding about its symptoms and the effect it can have on a someone’s life.

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