Disorders and Treatment
- Mental Illness
- Bipolar Disorder
- Mood Disorders
- Borderline Personality
- Mental Health Diagnosis
- Mental Health Treatments
- Alternative Meds
- Case Studies
As per the usual, I've been a busy little beaver. I write about five mental health articles a week for blogs as well as other articles for clients. It's the reason why I'm up on the latest research - I pretty much have to be; I spend most of my day looking at it.
And if you just hang out on the Bipolar Burble - I love you - you might miss a lot of interesting things. So here, without further ado is what has been going on at Bipolar Bites at Healthline.com and Breaking Bipolar at HealthyPlace.com.
Bipolar Bites is a blog I started writing in February for Healthine.com. It contains what I call more "sciency" articles - those with facts and figures and study references. It's for the mental health geek in many of us.
Recently at Bipolar Bites we've seen:
Over at Breaking Bipolar I've got all kinds of advice for living with bipolar disorder:
And while you're perusing your articles of interest you might want to check out a series I did on mental illness and stigma or my piece for Sharecare: Succeeding with Mental Illness - Slow and Steady Wins the Race.
Oh, and did I mention I got name a mental health hero? (Thanks to Chato Stewart for the drawing seen above.)
Thanks all for your continued to support. I shall continue to do what I do as long as you keep your eyeballs facing forward.
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