Today is World Bipolar Day, so share a thought for those with mental illness it's not easy but we made it!!
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25 September 2017 ·
Welcome to my page. 🙏❤️[UK]...
I have reversed type two diabetes, reduced a family members cholestero
My healing protocol is fruits, veg [organic] a tiny amount of red meat on the bone, tiny seafood, healthy fats, milled nuts and seeds like hemp, flax,pumpk
I upped my alkalinity
If your health is in a mess, inbox me as I have links to lots of functional
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When I was first diagnosed in 1998 ...not that much was known about bipolar disorder I and there really wasn't too much to educate yourself and your loved ones on the subject. However, I found this great book through research called
"An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness" by Kay Redfield Jamison.
Thanks so much Internatio
I educated myself on all mental health issues by doing research online, then last year a course through work, to help myself and also so I can help others profession
I was put on lithium and despite the constant blood tests, it worked. Sadly, due to developing
I haven't been put on any other meds apart from an antidepres
I find it incredibly
I have never had any therapy for the condition which is part of who I am, but do want therapy, I wish there were more places around for this mental health issue.
I struggle every day and am trying to change my way of thinking to be more positive. I'm not easy to work or live with but I refuse to use bipolar as an excuse each time my mood isn't how others want it to be, people say ' oh you having a bad head day ' or similar, which I don't mind to be honest, but would like people to realise that maybe we have another reason for being upset, agitated, excited or lethargic.
I'd like to thank everyone who shared their stories as you don't know who you may help or make feel less alone :)
I could write so much more but will leave it by saying
Thank you, and keep up the good work.
And thank you to the extremely small amount of people who know me in life, that have actually taken the time to listen to me, and the 1 who took it upon himself to learn about my illness
To all my fellow bipolar warriors, stay strong.
Check out this special Black History Month Psych Byte by Dr. Carol Ray. Dr. Ray speaks about the dangerous stigma against mental illness in the African American community and how that very stigma affected her struggle with bipolar disorder.
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