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Bipolar Disorder, Resilience and Work (Part 2)

Resilience is a gradual learning process. It can be useful in both personal and work situations. These are only recommendations on building resilience, there are many more. Test a few out and try the ones that work for you.

Bipolar Disorder, Resilience and Work (Part 2)

In part one of this series, I mentioned that one of the traits for success in business is resiliency. Resilience is the ability to adapt and rebound when plans or schedules don’t go as they should. Resilience also comprises commitment, such as commitment to one’s goals. How does someone with bipolar disorder develop resilience?

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Resilience and Work

Resilience and Work

One of the traits for success in business is resiliency. Resilience is the ability to adapt and rebound when plans or schedules don’t go as they should. Part of resiliency is being able to quickly analyze a situation. If a mistake has been made, learn from it and move on. No need to dwell on the situation for a long period.

A leading psychologist has researched resilience and found there are three factors that are necessary to have resilience:

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Sleep Problems and Bipolar Disorder or Depression

Sleep Problems and Bipolar Disorder or Depression

You may feel like the world and, especially work, is a difficult place for you and you’re oversensitive to “normal life.” This happens to many people because their depression and bipolar symptoms are triggered by outside events. Triggers for depression include: poor diet, lack of exercise, relationship issues, staying at home all day, lack of contact with people, a lack of purpose and unusual as it sounds, vacations can trigger depression.

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