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Bipolar Disorder: Do You REALLY Think You Inherited a “Chemical Imbalance?”

Every once in awhile, one of my readers will ask for my input on a product, service, or system that relates to mental health. It’s usually in the holistic or alternative medicine categories. It recently occurred to me that many … Continue reading

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Bipolar Disorder: Stages of the Journey

I’ve been putting in quite a few hours to get my third eBook ready finished, polished, and ready for launch. The subject matter of my next eBook centers around tearing down the barriers that separate Bipolar people, their Supporters, and … Continue reading

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The Post-Escalation Depressive Crash and What It Means to You

I was recently asked if I could find a decent article on the Depression one can experience after a person with Bipolar Disorder crashes out of an escalation. I couldn’t find one that I was satisfied with or that addressed … Continue reading

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A Book Review of Guide to Natural Mental Health: Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, Schizophrenia, and Digital Addiction: Nutrition, and Complementary Therapies

As you may or may not know, I don’t do many review posts. The primary reason is that my website, my e-books, my work is designed to help people elevate and help themselves with realistic, actionable information. Most memoirs don’t … Continue reading

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Bipolar Disorder and the Complicated Nature of Management

Misconceptions about the treatment and management of mental illness stem from incorrectly associating it with traditional treatments. That causes mentally ill people and their supporters to draw poor conclusions on how treatment will progress and what benefits management can provide. … Continue reading

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Are Unexpected Side Effects Derailing Your Bipolar Wellness?

Periodically, I will present information from accredited, professional sources to help you further your understanding of managing Bipolar Disorder. I would like to once again state, like I do all over my website, blog, and email signature, that I am … Continue reading

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About Doubt and Mood Disorder Management

In my last blog post, I discussed some future plans I had for wanting to push my body of advocacy work to a new level. The type of feedback I received on that post could be neatly fit into two … Continue reading

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On Anger and Future Plans

This is pretty much just going to be an update post on the direction I’ve been contemplating for myself and body of work. It’s coming up on the four years anniversary since I launched my website and began my advocacy … Continue reading

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Should We Be Concerned with the Label, Bipolar Disorder?

Labels, labels, labels. There is an unending narrative on how bad labels are. We shouldn’t label people, we shouldn’t be judgmental. We should just accept people how they are. Contrary to that opinion, labels are pretty important, especially when it … Continue reading

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The Power of Medication and Self-Management

I would like to share with you the worst couple of weeks I have had in years and their impact on my mental state. It started about the second week of December when I interviewed at a local store for … Continue reading

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