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    Mercurial Mind Bipolar Blog Top 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/ - 12-Oct-2010 - Hits: 367 - Rate This | Details
    Milligram Top Rated
    This is a sharp and witty blog that at times has been challenging to continue to follow because it keeps moving! (Brad, its author, has assured us this URL will redirect to wherever he decides to move to next, though.) Brad's posts are an absolute treat, brilliant and hilarious. Brad's machine-gun sarcasm sprays widely and may offend just about anyone in any stance eventually, and since he's Canadian it's hard for non-Canadians to tell when he's being serious. Take your dose of Milligram with a grain of lithium salt and try not to choke on it as you laugh.
    http://thebradtastic.com/ - 11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 188 - Rate This | Details
    Mood Ridden Momma
    Moody Mama takes us into a look into her life. She has Bipolar Disorder NOS, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, PTSD, and is a mother. She discusses worries about her children, her husband, and of course herself as she also discusses her disorders and her successes of coming through.
    http://moodriddenmomma.blogspot.com - 25-Jun-2013 - Hits: 54 - Rate This | Details
    The Bipolar CEO
    He's been a CEO of 2 successful companies, and a senior executive of 5 other companies, and also has been diagnosed with bipolar II. He has suffered through many ups and downs with bipolar, even almost losing his family--in this very interesting blog, learn how he makes it through his daily struggles.
    http://bipolarceo.wordpress.com/ - 15-Oct-2007 - Hits: 273 - Rate This | Details
    The Middle Road Top Rated
    The Middle Road documents my life with Bipolar Disorder (Bipolar I). My candid posts are a review of my day-to-day life; sometimes funny, sometimes hard to read, sometimes rather boring - always honest and sincere.
    http://mymiddleroad.blogspot.com/ - 27-Jun-2012 - Hits: 78 - Rate This | Details
    The Trouble with Spikol Top Rated
    A fantastic blog by the personable and candid Liz Spikol. She posts frequently on bipolar news items culled from the mainstream media (and reader contributions) with a special interest in prison reform and related mental health legal issues. A career journalist, she's got an instinctive affinity for the blog medium. Maybe most importantly, her personal experience with bipolar provides a perspective some blogs lack. The Trouble with Spikol takes a pragmatic view of mental health issues, looking at consumer activism as well as medical advances and humanizing it all. Although the news items are sometimes grim, Liz infuses her blog with lightness, warmth and humour.
    http://blogs.philadelphiaweekly.com/trouble/ - 11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 174 - Rate This | Details
    Time for Your Meds
    A lesbian psychiatric nurse who has bipolar, "Crazy Tracy" depicts life from both sides of the gurney. Her blog is personal, emotional and powerfully written. With severe bipolar I, Tracy is often hospitalized or recovering from an episode. Her descriptions of manic perceptions and depressive despair are harrowing and real. Unusually (at least in the blogosphere), she's a proponent of ECT, having undergone many courses of it.
    http://www.crazytracy.com/blog/ - 11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 207 - Rate This | Details


 

 

 


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