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How to Succeed in School with Bipolar Disorder

How to Succeed in School with Bipolar Disorder

School can be overwhelming and life with bipolar disorder can present additional challenges. Whether you are dealing with mental illness in high school or college, surviving school and keeping yourself healthy while doing it is possible. Adding some healthy habits to your academic routine can make all the difference. Here are some tips for setting yourself up for success.

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The Holiday Season With Bipolar Disorder… Need I Say More?

The Holiday Season With Bipolar Disorder… Need I Say More?

This time of year is supposed to be special and joyful and full of fun. We all have our own ideas of the perfect holiday, the perfect family get-togethers and conversations, the perfect meal (Dealing with Bipolar at the Holidays – Expectations). But then life gets in the way and we’re all wrenched from our festive holiday bubble.

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Bipolar Students: Tips To Reduce Graduation Anxiety

Bipolar Students: Tips To Reduce Graduation Anxiety

I am a college bipolar student, but graduation is almost here. I can already imagine the feelings of gratefulness and relief – and anxiety. This is a scary time, filled with graduation anxiety. The end of my academic life, the preparation for real life after college. Many, many college students and young adults feel inadequate and lost when entering real life, and this is undoubtedly one of the most stressful time in one’s life. There are so many things to do. Find a job, save up money (while paying off those student loans), living with parents and finding your own place. But what about those of us bipolar students and our anxiety? What can we do to reduce graduation anxiety?

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Bipolar Disorder’s Irrational Thoughts And Making Friends

Bipolar Disorder’s Irrational Thoughts And Making Friends

When bipolar disorder’s irrational thoughts occur, how does one even begin to make friends? In public, I feel as if everyone is watching me and talking about me, or making internal judgments. I’m acutely aware of every person in the vicinity; watching their movements, noticing any eye contact, listening for whispers. Cognitively, I know that this is irrational (Co-Occurring Bipolar and Anxiety Disorders). I know that I am not the center of everyone’s attention, that there is nothing wrong with my physical appearance and actions. In all reality, the majority of those people haven’t even given me a second thought. But when you experience bipolar disorder’s irrational thoughts, it can be difficult to make friends.

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Hypomania and Anger in Bipolar Disorder

Hypomania and Anger in Bipolar Disorder

Cristina describes what it’s like to be in a hypomanic episode.  Watch this bipolar video on hypomania.

Bipolar Video: What the Symptoms of Hypomania Look Like

Please share your hypomania, hypomanic episode experiences in the comments section below.

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An Anxious, Bipolar Day

An Anxious, Bipolar Day

My kids are taking a bath. The sound of gurgling water fills our little apartment. The dishwasher hums loudly. My youngest is crying. Today, everything feels like it’s crowding in on my psyche. I applied my positive thinking approach until the moment that I screamed for my youngest child to get into bed for her nap and then I collapsed.

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