Depression May Be Treated Effectively Much Quicker

Depression sucks.

Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide so there is a lot of incentive to find ways to treat it among medical technology researchers. Our current treatment protocol for depression can only be called (lengthy) trial and … Continue

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Want to Know the Future of Your Bipolar Disorder?

Want to know your future? The future course of your bipolar illness? Will you struggle more with mania or more with depression? Come into my incense filled room, draped in silk scarves and I will tell you. Yes, right here … Continue

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Guaranteed Smiles… Pictures From Your New Friends

Sometimes, when you’re feeling lonely… Or even when you’re fine… It’s nice to hear from other people with mental illnesses who have walked through dark valleys like you have and who have kept walking until they felt the sun on … Continue

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Don’t Let a Few Bad Days Become a Lifelong Depression

No Exit from Lifelong Depression

No Exit from Lifelong Depression

Have you ever had that feeling… That feeling that you don’t remember when your down mood began and don’t have much hope for it ever ending? That belief that you’ve always felt that way and Continue

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Does you snoring cause mood swings?

Do you snore?

I’m not being idly curious. It’s an important question.

If you don’t have a bedmate or roommate to tell you, try recording yourself. Just download a recording app for your smartphone, turn it on when you go … Continue

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After the Episodes, Who Are You?

The Many "True Selves" of Bipolar Disorder

The Many “True Selves” of Bipolar Disorder

I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder relatively late in life… around 35. Not long after my diagnosis, I had to switch medications and everything fell apart: a bankruptcy, despite earning nearly $1M in … Continue

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My Fall Into Depression Recently

I have to apologize for the long gap in my posting. I’ve been depressed.

Depression. Just one word, it doesn’t seem like enough to convey the enormity of what happens when a person falls into “depression.” It sounds like less … Continue

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Your parents were wrong. You are enough.

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Sometimes, it’s never quite enough…
If you’re flawless, then you’re in my love.
Don’t forget to win first place.
Don’t forget to keep that smile on your face.
Be a good boy.
Try a little

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How To Be Too Productive

woman.reading.tablet1-282x195Productivity. Just the word makes me smile. Yes, I admit it. I’m a productivity junkie. When the other women at the nail salon are watching Ellen and reading worn-out beauty magazines, I’m on my tablet reading productivity blogs. “You’re Continue

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How Many Meds Do You Take?

Have you noticed that at gatherings of people with bipolar disorder, that’s a common introductory question, along with “what’s your diagnosis?” It’s a way to gauge how seriously bipolar the other person is and, for once in a bipolar person’s … Continue

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