Holiday Advice for People with Bipolar – a Roundup

As you might have realized, it's two days until Christmas. Because of that, I'm up against deadlines and and trying to get oodles done before I take a couple of days off.

Long story short, I don't have time to write an original article this week. But, don't worry, all is not lost. I have written quite a bit about bipolar and the holidays over the years and I thought I'd pull it all together for you here:

What I Want for Chistmas

  • The 3 Things That People with Bipolar Disorder Want for Christmas


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