When I was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder, I struggled with getting use to taking meds every day. Just coming down from a hypomanic episode that lasted six years (due to a misdiagnoses and anti-depressants), I’d struggle to remember taking them when
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Reaching out to someone you know and love who has bipolar disorder can be a sensitive issue. Here are 5 ways you can offer support to a family member with bipolar disorder:
If you have bipolar disorder, or love someone who’s been diagnosed, you already know it’s a difficult disease to manage. Between super high manic episodes and dark bipolar depression, it’s often difficult to stay balanced and healthy.
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