Breaking Bipolar Reading Round-Up

Best in Breaking Bipolar by Natasha TracyHappy holidays all.

I'm a pretty busy gal right now, so not a lot of time to write new material. I promise I'll try to get to something new next week.

However, while you're waiting, have you caught up on all your Breaking Bipolar articles? No? I didn't think so. Here's a run-down on some of what I've been doing over at HealthyPlace:

  1. Last Minute Holiday Tips for the Bipolar - just published today. Here are four things you should know before you get any deeper into the holidays.
  2. What 2011 Taught us About Mental Illness - a wrap-up of the top ten things research taught us about mental illness last year including: bipolar misdiagnosis, bipolar treatment success predictor, mania treatment comparison and antipsychotic information. Part one and part two.
  3. You're Narcissistic! Getting Over Insults - How one reader got to me even though I knew they shouldn't have.
  4. Celebrating Mental Health News - on why we should celebrate the good moments in mental illness.
  5. How to Choose a Good Psychiatrist - one I've touched on here but in more detail.
  6. Bipolar Disorder Thought Types - have you ever considered the odd types of thoughts you have a person with a mental illness? I have.
  7. The Importance of Self-Care in Bipolar Disorder - tips on self-care plus a video.
  8. Sexual Health and Bipolar Disorder - the sexual concerns of people with mental illness.

 
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