Should you stop your medication? That is a question that a lot of people ask themselves. It is a question that needs and answer and this article addresses it, all while adding advice for helping medication work for you.
Working is tough for everyone, but it can be even harder if you are bipolar. Sometimes, a little advice and a few tips can change your perspective at work.
Throughout history, there has been several different artists that have blessed us with their work, while suffering from some sort of mental illness. Is there a connection between the art and the illness?
Being bipolar is rough, living with someone who has bipolar can be just as rough. How do you handle living with someone who lives with Bipolar Disorder?
Understanding bipolar with a deeper grasp of what it is, is the only way we can rise above it. Here is some knowledge that may be common to some, but should be known by all
While bipolar is commonly associated with rapid mood swings, anger, and upbeat (often uncontrollable or delusional) manic states, there are also the downs and depression that tag along with it. What causes these states and how common are they?
What is it like to be angry all the time, with a rage that is uncontrollable that originates from mental illness? What inspires outbursts and episodes? I will take you on a trip through my mind, and my rage.
What is it like to live with mental illness and being forced to distance yourself from the normal way of life? Is it easier, harder, or just about the same? Without my mental illness, would I be stable or stir crazy during this time?
A look into my mind fighting a mental illness.
Living with Bi-Polar is like riding a roller coaster through rings of fire. I have my ups and downs, like everyone. Only mine are extreme and complicating in my everyday life.
We live in a world full of people. Once upon a time we would look out for one another, how about now? What has our world become from where it was. What is humanity now?
One could argue that society is at a turning point, one could also argue that this turning point leads to a cliff and we are just lemmings.