Ask a Bipolar
A group of people suffering from the illness answering your questions based on our experiences. They are not professionals, nor do they claim to be, but they know how important is to hear that someone else gets it. Nobody wants to be alone, and no one has to be.
http://www.askabipolar.com - 30-Apr-2011 - Hits: 1557 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar 1 Survivor
In depth articles on all aspects of bipolar by someone who has lived with Bipolar 1 Disorder for 30 years.
http://www.bipolar1survivor.com/welcome-new-bipolar-1-survivor-blog/ - 3-Jan-2016 - Hits: 144 - Rate This | Details
I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder almost 30 years ago. I am very open about my struggles over the years. My blog includes my story,descriptions and tips for depression and mania, things I have done while manic, other people's stories who suffer from various mental illnesses and entries from my mom. I am a strong advocate so some of my blogs are informative to help raise awareness in hopes to erase the stigma and better the lives of those inflicted with a mental illness.
https://bipolarbandit.wordpress.com/ - 26-Feb-2014 - Hits: 726 - Rate This | Details
A blog recounting personal experiences on the path towards receiving a diagnosis and subsequent treatment for bipolar disorder, as well as advocacy for awareness of this disorder.
https://bipolarbodhi.wordpress.com/ - 26-Sep-2015 - Hits: 181 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar Mom Life
This blog is a way of allowing you, the reader, to see the progress and understanding how the author keeps herself, her husband and her two children healthy and how she survives throughout her whole process of having BPD (Bipolar disorder).
http://bipolarmomlife.com/ - 13-Aug-2013 - Hits: 502 - Rate This | Details
Blog written by an individual with bipolar disorder/manic depression where the author seeks to "...inflict my incessant and obsessive process of getting my head around this on strangers online."
Blog content features shared links,and general bipolar news, info and opinions. Also includes bipolar book and documentary reviews and info about bipolar related arts and culture.
https://theblahpolar.wordpress.com/ - 10-Jul-2015 - Hits: 212 - Rate This | Details
BPD No More
BPD No More offers life coaching for people diagnosed with BPD by a survivor of BPD. The site author was diagnosed more than 35 years ago and has learned to thrive with and overcome their BPD diagnosis. They hope to teach other people the same coping mechanisms they have utilized in order to offer tangible hope for real and lasting change.
https://bpdnomore.com/ - 17-Dec-2016 - Hits: 26 - Rate This | Details
Curvy with Curls
A woman with Type I Bipolar Disorder chronicles her struggles that she's working through along with elements of the normal life of someone moving into her mid 30s. And this blog author hopes you'll stick by her to see how this trainwreck is going to play out.
http://curvywithcurls.com - 5-Jul-2016 - Hits: 69 - Rate This | Details
Depression And Bipolar
Blog author David Nicholson shares his personal experiences living with bipolar to help those who may benefit from it. And as put by the author, "A daily struggle is only worth the struggle if it helps someone else. At times it may seem dark but it is always truthful."
http://depressionandbipolar.net - 8-Jan-2016 - Hits: 152 - Rate This | Details
Hiding Behind the Pulpit
I am a 53 year old disabled UMC pastor diagnosed in 1994 with Bipolar Disorder. I have worked for 25 years in manufacturing management, and for the past 9 years was a full-time UMC pastor. The content of my blog is aimed at the mentally-ill pastor, with the focus on how to function in a daily church environment. It is also designed to specifically target the working class, people who are in the lower to middle income bracket. These people make up over 99% of the MI population, yet often are left to fend for themselves
http://hidingbehindthepulpit.blogspot.com - 20-Feb-2011 - Hits: 263 - Rate This | Details
Inside a Bipolar Head
This blog is to help people who have mental illnesses or who are interested in mental health. Guest bloggers welcome!
https://insideabipolarhead.wordpress.com/ - 24-Mar-2015 - Hits: 431 - Rate This | Details
John McManamy's Share Posts
John is not only known for his writing on bipolar spectrum disorders research, he's received high honours for it. This year he was awarded a Mogens Schou Award for Public Service, joining an exclusive and prestigious list of honourees that include professor of psychiatry/author/bipolar overachiever Kay Redfield Jamison, family psychotherapy researcher David J. Miklowitz, and the Stanleys of the Stanley Foundation (a major research funding source). John does things a bit differently online. Although he keeps a blog it's mostly relegated to personal stories and recipes while his most astute, well-researched writing is delivered in McManamy's Depression and Bipolar Weekly, a subscription-based email newsletter. Eventually its articles become publicly archived at his static web site McMan's Depression and Bipolar Web. He also wrote a great book that distilled a lot of that knowledge, Living Well With Depression and Bipolar Disorder. The blog keeps everyone current what he's working on.
http://www.healthcentral.com/profiles/c/15/index - 11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 395 - Rate This | Details
Living And Dealing With Bipolar Disorder, DID and the Consequences of Childhood Abuse
I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder II in 2001 and DID last year. I am a survivor of both parental physical abuse and incest. My blog covers both symptoms and experiences being bipolar, having DID, being abused and working through these issues. I've written about my experiences as they happen and I try to be as honest as I can be with my readers so my experiences can help if possible. My blog was started in 2010 and averaged around 5,000 readers after it started.
https://bipolardid.wordpress.com/ - 15-Feb-2011 - Hits: 330 - Rate This | Details
Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)
GrrlScientist is a molecular evolutionary biologist in New York City, a person with bipolar and a Ph.D. looking for work in zoology. She chronicles her progress and struggles with hospitalization, career, survival and academia. This is an acclaimed blog written with personality and doused with plenty of science (and beautiful related photos).
http://scienceblogs.com/grrlscientist/ - 11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 296 - Rate This | Details
Manic Maccas Bipolar
Blog author Brian generally writes about his day to day experiences living with bipolar disorder.
https://manicmaccasbipolar.wordpress.com/ - 18-Dec-2015 - Hits: 119 - Rate This | Details
Our Lived Experience
'Our Lived Experience' (OLE) aims to dispel the stigma surrounding mental illness in South Africa, specifically bipolar disorder. It does so by celebrating the life stories and experiences of people that deal with mental illness every day.
https://ourlivedexperience.wordpress.com/ - 4-Oct-2015 - Hits: 107 - Rate This | Details
Pretending To Be What We Are
Steve is a married father of one, long-time guitar player, and baseball fanatic. He's also Bipolar. In his blog, he focuses on balancing his relationships, work, and hobbies with the symptoms of his disease.
http://pretendingtobewhatweare.com - 12-Apr-2015 - Hits: 168 - Rate This | Details
Rainy Day Ramblings
Personal life experiences of someone living with bipolar disorder and other mental health concerns.
https://rainydayramblings.wordpress.com/ - 30-Dec-2009 - Hits: 302 - Rate This | Details
The Mental Confessional
The Mental Confessional is maintained by self-described Princess of Darkness and bipolar writer chick who advocates for mental health by sharing her personal experiences with bipolar disorder and postpartum depression.
http://thementalconfessional.com/ - 12-Nov-2015 - Hits: 156 - Rate This | Details
The Scarlet B
The Scarlet B is where Raeyn resides, resplendent in her curious crimson (or a black dress if you look at her picture and want to be pedantic). When she is fortunate enough to climb out from under kids and work and assorted things, she can be found here trying to pick the bipolar off of her brain in the hopes of making sense of it all.
http://www.thescarletb.com - 20-Sep-2015 - Hits: 120 - Rate This | Details