Ask a BipolarTop Rated We are a group of people suffering from the illness answering your questions based on our experiences. We're not professionals, nor do we claim to be, but we know how important is to hear that someone else gets it. Nobody wants to be alone, and you don't have to be. We get it. We've been there. We want to help you weather the storms of bipolar! http://www.askabipolar.com -
30-Apr-2011 - Hits: 748 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar Bandit 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. http://bipolarbandit.wordpress.com/ -
26-Feb-2014 - Hits: 48 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar Mom Life Jennifer Killi Marshall had her first manic episode in the Summer of 2005.
After many doctors appointments and many fearful months, she was finally diagnosed with Bipolar Type 1.
This blog is a way of allowing you, the reader, to see her progress and understanding how she keeps herself, her husband and her two children healthy and how she survives throughout her whole process. http://www.bipolarmomlife.com -
13-Aug-2013 - Hits: 111 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar PorchTop Rated My website aims to keep the Bipolar community updated with links to the latest news, articles, and events, as well as a listing of resources, books, websites, and blogs, I've found helpful in dealing with Bipolar Disorder. http://bipolarporch.com/ -
11-Sep-2009 - Hits: 665 - Rate This | Details
BipolarFriend.com This is a blog written by someone with a bipolar brain. The site is created for people with bipolar and their family and friends. Real life topics range from suicide, relationships, wellness, caregivers, spirituality and so more true. Unique, yet short discussions range from serious to humorous and always incorporate a lesson learned. The aim of this site is to give quick thoughts that teach to common bipolar concerns that everyone can relate to. http://bipolarfriend.com/ -
2-Feb-2011 - Hits: 292 - Rate This | Details
Caught in my BurbleTop Rated "Your neighborhood misanthropic, buxom, bondage-positive, bipolar, bisexual, flying, loquacious hedonist." She is trying to get a VNS implant, which is unusual since so far they've only been used experimentally for treatment-resistant depression (they are FDA-approved for epilepsy) and not bipolar since it theoretically could trigger mania. She writes descriptively about horrific depression, so it's easy to see why she's considering a VNS implant as an option. The outcome should be interesting. http://imbound.blogspot.com -
11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 200 - Rate This | Details
Furious SeasonsTop Rated Depending on your perspective, Philip Dawdy is either a whistleblowing hero or provocative conspiracy theorist. Whether inspiring or annoying, he's unquestionably a talented writer. (He's done some terrific investigative blogging about Zyprexa, for example.) With thinking and rethinking, it's likely you'll agree with some views and reject others, just as he does. He discusses his own experience with bipolar disorder as well. If you like to be challenged and are keen on good rants, this blog is tops. http://www.furiousseasons.com/ -
11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 191 - 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: 75 - Rate This | Details
John McManamy's Share PostsTop Rated 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: 188 - Rate This | Details
Kern Therapy This website by Donald Kern, MA/MFT has articles written by Mr. Kern, who has a private practice in Woodland Hills, Ca. He has a 35 year diagnosis of bipolar disorder, with 24 years free of manic episodes. He has also written a memoir on his struggle with this illness. http://www.kerntherapy.com -
27-Aug-2008 - Hits: 343 - Rate This | Details
Mercurial Mind Bipolar BlogTop Rated I am a Bipolar Survivor of over ten years. I am a huge advocate for treatment that is as unique as the individual being treated. I don't believe in one cure for all, or that one can generalize anything as being good or bad for everyone. I am a surviving mother of two teenagers. Two more unique individuals that I love with all my heart. I enjoy sharing my thoughts with those who are experiencing similar issues, no matter what your mental status is. Sharing our triumphs and tribulations is partially what builds our stepping stones to a healthier way of life, mentally and physically. More importantly, speaking out to our world and exposing to our community's the intellectual, creative, important contributing members that we are. http://www.mercurialmindbipolarblog.blogspot.com/ -
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