1 - Psych Central's Bipolar Support GroupTop Rated Psych Central's own online bipolar support group allows you to read other people's experiences with bipolar disorder, and also provide your own (if you'd like). Private and secure, the Psych Central Community is one of the longest-running online mental health communities, since 1999.
Membership is free and the community is overseen by a team of dedicated individuals that help keep the forums safe for all. Preview Website -
6-Feb-2007 - Hits: 17315 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar DreamTop Rated This group has an approach that may not be appropriate for everybody. It was created by folks whose mission is to offer support, encouragement, kindness, and educate themselves and others. It's important we raise awareness and acceptance and give society true examples of bipolar, not misrepresentations that fuels stereotypes, fear and ignorance.
This also is sense of our constant attempts to improve as persons by also discussing about self-help and recovery. If you join, expect to find a bunch of caring people giving suggestions and criticisms in a safe and caring environment. You are expected to be able to do same in a non-attacking compassionate fashion. Conflicts are faced, explored and resolved together in straight, direct and public way.
Our aim is to help people in their process of accepting themselves and the illness through a multicultural approach. This is not an easy process but can be done with support, kindness, time, education and a very good psychiatrist. We're constantly searching and learning new things about this disorder in order to share them with our members and strive together toward stability. It's our hope that you'll feel at home and become involved in this effort toward improvement as you feel comfortable. Preview Website -
1-Feb-2004 - Hits: 2857 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar Misfits An online Bipolar support community. "We care
about what you feel and say, share and
care with us."
If you do not know where you stand within yourself, where does that leave you?
When you stand centered in your own space,it will become clear what your choices are and which ones to make.
Stand in your own space and know you are there, as mental illness comes in all forms and we are here to comfort...
Bipolar_Misfits is an online support group and is not intended to be a substitute for mental health professional care. Preview Website -
25-Jul-2003 - Hits: 1879 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar Support Friends Bipolar Support Friends is a place where you will be treated like a friend, not just another member. This group is about friendship. Please join us to share stories, learn about bipolar, ask questions, vent, and to receive support. This is a group for the people with the idea of democracy -- all members are encouraged to speak their minds openly. All we ask is you treat all members with respect and share support. Anyone that is bipolar and 18 and over is welcome to join. After submitting for membership reply to our pending member email that will be sent to you. Preview Website -
29-Mar-2004 - Hits: 1928 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar support groupTop Rated This is a support list for individuals who have been diagnosed with an affective disorder. This list also offers support for those significant others who want to learn more about this disorder to better understand the chemical imbalances. It's not fun having this disorder and it's important to find others who can support you when you're struggling with these highs and lows. That's why we're here and we can offer support to each other. For those significant others who seek to understand what it's all about, we want you to know how very difficult these highs and lows can be. Join our group and offer support while you gain some knowledge to help those you love. It's not a fun disorder and it takes a lot of hit and miss meds until the right ones bring the brain's chemistry back into balance. If you seek support or would like to offer support then please join our list. Anyone looking for info for projects, surveys, or is NOT legitmately bipolar or a supporter of one are not welcome. Preview Website -
11-Jun-2002 - Hits: 3205 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar-SupportTop Rated Bipolar-Support is a high-volume mailing list support group for those who have the disorder and want a place to share and support. It's intended to be a supportive environment, so aggressiveness toward other members will not tolerated.
"Please understand that rants and blowing off steam are vital parts of surviving this illness, so they will be allowed (in fact welcome) whenever they are not directed at another member. It is also requested that if you wish to post inspirationals, jokes, etc., they be limited to occasionally, so that the group may keep to the primary purpose." Preview Website -
7-Apr-2000 - Hits: 1298 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar-WorkingTop Rated Working with bipolar or cyclothymia? Dealing with discrimination? Considering going back to work? Want advice, support or information?
This group is for those with bipolar or cyclothymia that are trying to remain employed or have decided to reenter the workforce. Preview Website -
23-May-2003 - Hits: 1195 - Rate This | Details
BPhoenix1-KidsTop Rated Online support group for parents or loved ones of bipolar children of all ages. It is a place to share your concerns or to find the information you need about symptoms, treatments, IEP's and school issues. Other disorders that often accompany bipolar can also be discussed including ADHD, sensory integration dysfunction, anxiety disorders, etc. Preview Website -
23-May-2003 - Hits: 2130 - Rate This | Details
BPrayerTop Rated A Christian support and education group for those with bipolar loved ones. You are not alone, your experience not unique -- we invite you to join and discover how to set boundaries, educate yourself and your bipolar loved one(s), and be an advocate for your loved one. Preview Website -
25-Aug-2004 - Hits: 970 - Rate This | Details
OurBipolar OurBipolar is a social networking site like Facebook, except just for people with bipolar. It has a forum, chat, news, games and more. Come by and see us! Preview Website -
20-Jun-2008 - Hits: 2526 - Rate This | Details
Rose and ThornsTop Rated Roses and Thorns is a mailing list support group that was created by Jeff Hauserman and is now run by Jessi Spurr. It is for those who suffer from diagnosed mood disorders (such as bipolar disorder and depression), as well as personality disorders (and including disorders such as DID, PTSD, BP, SAD, etc.). Preview Website -
6-Feb-2000 - Hits: 1562 - Rate This | Details
Teen MoodsTop Rated Teen Moods is a popular, well-designed depression support community created by a teen with depression. Open to all including Teens, Parents, Doctors, ect. Highly recommended for teens dealing with depression looking for others who face similar kinds of feelings. Preview Website -
19-Jan-2003 - Hits: 4481 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar Child SupportNewTop Rated Help, support, and resources for parents, caregivers, and teachers of bipolar children at home, school, and in the community. Providing resources on diagnosis, treatment, education, and more.
Our primary mission is to help families living with and raising children and teens with bipolar disorder and other related conditions improve their daily lives.
Our secondary mission is to help parents, caregivers, teachers, and educators with meeting the unique educational needs of children with bipolar disorder. Preview Website -
25-Apr-2013 - Hits: 14 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar 4 Life SupportTop Rated Bipolar Disorder & other Mental Health & Wellness diseases not only affect the individual diagnosed it has a impact on the family as a whole. We welcome here @ Bipolar 4 Life Support family members dealing with their loved ones and support those individual diagnosed at the same time by sharing coping mechanisms, in hope's to learn from each others struggles and possibly be able to lend a hand in helping someone else... Joining something that you can relate to, as me where I finally found a "place" to fit in where people understood me, really empowered me to reach out more and took the focus off of myself as much, and in return I started to feel, and still,much Gratification that my story, and or, struggles just may be for a "reason," to help those struggling like I did, and in reaching out to those whom do not have a voice yet.... Preview Website -
13-Jun-2012 - Hits: 187 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar Caregivers We aim to make bipolarcaregivers.org a useful, easily accessible information website for caregivers of people with bipolar disorder. On this website you will find how bipolar disorder is treated, managed, and many useful resources for bipolar disorder.
There is also information on how a caregiver can help a person with bipolar disorder, and how to help take care of themselves. Preview Website -
17-Jun-2011 - Hits: 584 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar FreedomTop Rated A small online support group allowing people with bipolar disorder that believe in democracy and freedom of speech to discuss the illness in their lives or just talk to each other about their day. Love and tolerance of others is our code. Preview Website -
20-Nov-2003 - Hits: 884 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar HopeTop Rated Bipolar Hope is a site that combines support, information and encouragement to those diagnosed with bipolar disorder. It offers peer support through message boards and live chat and also includes various links to related topics. Preview Website -
13-Jun-2003 - Hits: 718 - Rate This | Details
Bipolar-EatingTop Rated Bipolar-Eating is a support group for those suffering from bipolar and any form of eating disorder, as well as for those looking for help dealing with medication weight gain or loss. Preview Website -
23-May-2003 - Hits: 813 - Rate This | Details
BP-HerbsTop Rated Online support group for those interested in treating their mental illness with herbs or other alternative supplements. Preview Website -
23-May-2003 - Hits: 605 - Rate This | Details
BPD Friends BPDFriends.com was created to assist those with the borderline personality and bipolar disorders or those with similar traits in understanding that they are not alone and to provide them a place where they can discuss their disorder and their lives without judgment. Preview Website -
16-Nov-2009 - Hits: 506 - Rate This | Details
BPhoenix1 Online Support GroupTop Rated BPhoenix1 is an active online support group with very caring and knowledgeable members. It is run by a woman with Bipolar Disorder who also majored in psychology. Those with cyclothymia and significant others of people with bipolar disorder are welcome there as well. There is also a Web site associated with this group. Preview Website -
4-May-2002 - Hits: 550 - Rate This | Details