Monthly Archives: November 2013

Tips For People with Bipolar Disorder To Get Through Thanksgiving and the Holidays

T= Decorating, Cooking, Shopping, Going to parties, and getting prepared to see family might trigger a mood swing. Be aware of this and try not to get overwhelmed. Take breaks and don’t feel like you have to do everything. H= … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Bipolar 1 and Anxiety-A story by Jessica

Hi, I’m Jessica. I’m the girl that tries to open locked doors. I’m the girl that talks to herself not caring if anyone’s looking. I’m the weirdest person you will ever meet – true story. I’m the girl with bipolar … Continue reading

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Guest Post: A Veteran’s Battle with Schizophrenia

My Only Son Short Video Over a year ago, I began working with a childhood friend and young Veteran to write a screenplay based on his experience during the onset of schizophrenia in his 20s. In January, his story came … Continue reading

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30 Mental Health Quotes that Inspire (#6)

                Love and Inspiration on Facebook           QUOTES: Weather is a great metaphor for life- sometimes it’s good, sometimes its bad, and there’s nothing you can do about it, … Continue reading

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