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    Bipolar Bandit Top Rated
    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. - 26-Feb-2014 - Hits: 985 - Rate This | Details
    Bird Flight
    From the blog author: "I created my blog in February 2017 as a place to reflect on my life, interests, and bipolar disorder. My blog has been a crucial part of my recovery this past year. Approximately 50% of my posts have something to do with mental health issues. The other 50% reflect my dedication to not make mental illness my whole world. All of my posts are my original writing, and consist primarily of reflections, articles, and poetic narrative writing." - 26-Mar-2018 - Hits: 123 - Rate This | Details
    Blahpolar Diaries
    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. - 10-Jul-2015 - Hits: 400 - 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 - 20-Feb-2011 - Hits: 391 - Rate This | Details
    This resource, formerly the blog Bipolar Mom Life, was transformed in 2013, when Jennifer Marshall launched the concept for "This Is My Brave", a mental health storytelling show, on Kickstarter. After successfully being funded they formed a nonprofit organization with a mission to end the stigma surrounding mental illness through creative personal storytelling.

    Her site still features a regularly updated blog as well as additional information about the "This Is My Brave" project and booking information for speaking engagements. - 13-Aug-2013 - Hits: 780 - Rate This | Details
    John McManamy's Share Posts Top 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 honorees 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. - 11-Sep-2007 - Hits: 530 - Rate This | Details
    My Not so Simple Bipolar Life is a bipolar blog that includes posts on topics such as emotional support animals, music and routines for people with bipolar disorder. - 17-Mar-2018 - Hits: 109 - 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. - 20-Sep-2015 - Hits: 338 - Rate This | Details