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Bipolar Disorder and Music: Helps Me Understand My Emotions

Bipolar Disorder and Music: Helps Me Understand My Emotions
Music and bipolar disorder: Is there a connection? In my life with bipolar 2 disorder, music has played a significant role, not only as an outlet but as a way of understanding my emotions. Music can change my mood, or allow me to express my feelings on a much deeper level. How Music Affects My Bipolar Disorder It can be extreme. Sometimes I will an
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Bipolar Disorder and Feeling Unlovable

Bipolar Disorder and Feeling Unlovable
Bipolar disorder and feeling unlovable. I started thinking about this topic on Valentine's Day; ironically, the day of love. I want to confront why those of us with bipolar disorder think we are unlovable and share the importance of remaining hopeful about love. We Think We Are Unlovable Because We Have Bipolar Disorder Let this be the last time yo
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Helping Our Family Understand Our Bipolar Mind

Helping Our Family Understand Our Bipolar Mind
Helping our family understand our bipolar mind is not an easy task. I have been fortunate enough to have a family who supports me regardless of my diagnosis of bipolar 2 disorder. However, this was not always the case. So I want to share what I have learned in the process of helping my family understand my bipolar mind. My Personal Experience Helpi
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Bipolar and Anxiety: How to Cope with Our Fear of the Future

Bipolar and Anxiety: How to Cope with Our Fear of the Future
Anxiety is a significant part of living with bipolar disorder. I deal with anxiety when I think about the future, and ask myself questions such as, "What if my bipolar treatment stops working?" and "What happens when I have a bipolar breakdown again?" In this blog post, I share my experience with bipolar disorder and anxiety and explain how I have
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For Bipolar 2 and ADHD, Reading a Helpful Outlet

For Bipolar 2 and ADHD, Reading a Helpful Outlet
A couple of years after my diagnosis of bipolar 2 disorder and ADHD, I found reading to be a helpful outlet. When you live with bipolar 2 disorder, you have these extreme emotions, stimulating thoughts and imagination that is overwhelming at times. When I was a child, I needed more than my journal as an outlet for these ideas. Reading Helped Me Foc
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The Importance of Having Friends Who Live with Bipolar

When you live with bipolar disorder, you live in a world in which you feel misunderstood. Having friends with bipolar can change that. Read more on HealthyPlace.One of the best parts of being a bipolar advocate is the people you meet, and the friendships you create. Before my diagnosis of bipolar 2 disorder and getting involved in the community, I had no friends with bipolar disorder. On my journey thus far, I realize the value of friendships; especially the relationships that have formed with those who li
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Dating When You Are Open About Bipolar

Dating When You Are Open About Bipolar
What is dating like for me as someone open about my life with bipolar 2 disorder? In today's dating world, a social media search is the first step in getting to know a person. When I decided to come forward publicly about my life with bipolar 2 disorder on various social media platforms, I knew that many people would be aware of this personal part
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Bipolar and the New Year: Mental Health Goals

Bipolar and the New Year: Mental Health Goals
Every year is different, especially when you live with bipolar 2 disorder or any mental health condition. The new year, 2018, is finally here and it is an excellent time to think about some of my mental health goals. Hopefully, this will inspire you to share some of your goals with me. 2017 was a great year, and being the world we live in today, ho
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Bipolar Disorder and Romanticizing Things

Bipolar Disorder and Romanticizing Things
I believe those of us with bipolar disorder have the tendency to romanticize people or situations more than others; at least in my life it's that way. In my experience with bipolar 2 disorder, having an extreme emotional range makes it difficult not to idealize things. The Problem with Romanticizing When You Live with Bipolar Disorder Here's my pro
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