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The West Coast
About Site - Natasha Tracy is an award-winning writer, speaker, consultant and an author of Lost Marbles: Insights into My Life with Depression and Bipolar from the Pacific Northwest. She has been living with bipolar disorder for 18 years and has written more than 1000 articles on the subject.
About Site - Michele Soloway is an author shares regularly on the ups and downs of dealing with bipolar disorder, along with personal insights, lessons learned, and encouragement for others who also have bipolar disorder.
About Site - With this blog, David Oliver wants to keep all of you updated on important information about bipolar disorder and how it affects families. Here you can discuss effects of bipolar disorder, the risks of bipolar disorder, analyze some case studies and also can come to know about the treatments for bipolar disorder. Share with someone who has bipolar disorder today.
Site - crestbd.ca/blog
University of British Columbia
About Site - This bipolar blog shares the latest findings and insights from CREST.BD's research and knowledge exchange. CREST.BD is a multidisciplinary collaborative network of researchers, healthcare providers, people living with bipolar disorder, their family members and supporters.
London, England, United Kingdom
About Site - Sean Penn's The Secret Life of a Manic Depressive is about mental health and activism in the wake of the writer's 2007 hospital stay for bipolar disorder.
Site - beurownlight.com
About Site - This blog is written by Eleanor Segall who has lived with bipolar disorder for 13 years as well as anxiety disorders. Diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder (a mood disorder) at 16, and now in her twenties, she blog about what has helped her in recovery and to help others too.
Site - bipolarindia.com
About Site - Bipolarindia, the nation's first online community set up by a Bipolar for Bipolar Disorder and Depression. The Resource providers who interact on one common platform towards one goal: Lightening the burden of Bipolar and Depression.
About Site - I'm living proof that a bipolar life does not have to mean craziness on one end and enervation on the other. Let me give some insight on my bipolar life, especially as I take it day by day.
Site - bipolar1survivor.com
About Site - Molly McHugh created this blog to write about bipolar as well as share her personal experiences living with the illness. She research on many topics of interest and makes complicated subject matter seem simple. If you want to understand bipolar disorder better, this is the place for you.
About Site - Cassandra Stout is a freelancer and a bipolar survivor. She aims to share her experiences and research to provide some help to someone else who may be feeling as overwhelmed as she was.
Site - halfway2hannah.com
About Site - Hannah Blum is an author with bipolar 2 disorder. And also works as a blogger for the mental health organization HealthyPlace and has experience as a mental health advocate with organizations such as the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). This blog describes her journey.
Site - aminddivided.com
About Site - The vision for this site is to use Sandy Wyatt's bipolar disorder as a launch into higher consciousness and to practice awareness with a mindset of curious compassion. So visitors, with or without mental illness, will find something worthwhile to take away or leave behind.
Site - beinglydia.com
Surrey, British Columbia
About Site - I have had many health struggles in my 50 years. I have suffered from depression and bipolar; however, in the last few years, I have learned how to control the illness instead of it controlling me.
Site - rethinkingbipolar.com
About Site - This site will help you look at bipolar from various perspectives and see what it really means to people. I hope we can change attitudes-toward and the treatment-of, those who struggle with emotional distress. Our main aim remains to help people think differently about bipolar disorder, hence 'Rethinking Bipolar'.
About Site - The Bipolar Blogger Network is a carefully curated roster of talented bloggers, all sharing their life and times with bipolar (and occasionally, without). Feel free to dive in and connect with our amazing bloggers as you see fit. Each one of them is sharing their own genuine experience, each as unique as the person writing about them.
About Site - Aware was founded in 1985 by Dr. Patrick McKeon and a small but dedicated team of volunteers, many of whom had their own personal experience with depression, or bipolar disorder. Aware undertakes to create a society where people affected by stress, depression, bipolar and mood disorders are understood, supported, free from stigma, and are encouraged to access appropriate therapies.
São Paulo, Brazil
About Site - My videos and book are dedicated to informing as many people as possible of the spiritually healing potential of 'bipolar disorder'. Having a 'spiritual bipolar' crisis was one of the best things to ever happen to me made by Sean Blackwell, an author of Bipolar Awakenings site.
Wales, United Kingdom
About Site - Charlotte Walker's Purple Persuasion is a mental health blog by a writer who has been dealing with bipolar disorder for more than 25 years. She writes, 'While I want this blog to have a wide reach in order to connect with other people in similar situations, it remains my space for exploring what it is like to have a serious mental illness.'
About Site - I'm Deborah, and this is my story about discovering I had a mental illness, a part of myself that helped explain the previous 25 years of my life as well as the direction my future would take. All experiences and stories are my own.
Site - bipolar1blog.com
About Site - An author was diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder in 1985. She also blog for the Huffington Post and the International Bipolar Foundation. With this blog, she wants to tell story and to help other people with this illness, or any other mental illness.
Site - bipolarcompass.com
San Diego, CA
About Site - Jess Melancholia is a blogger for Huffington Post, bpHope Magazine, The Mighty, and The International Bipolar Foundation. Before being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder 2 in May 2014, she suffered a 6 month bipolar depression triggered by extreme family medical stresses.
Site - jennifermarshall.me/blog
About Site - Jenn Marshall writes about challenges of bipolar disorder. She also co-founded This Is My Brave, Inc. which provides a platform for people to share their stories and end the stigma surrounding mental illness.
Site - colecoaching.com/blog
About Site - Welcome to the blog of Chris Cole, life coach at Cole Coaching, where life coaching is offered to individuals in recovery from any number of addiction, mood, or behavioral issues. Chris himself lives with bipolar disorder and enjoys years of substance-free living.
Site - thescarletb.com
England, probably on land.
About Site - Raeyn/Virginia is a 30-something mother to two, wife to another, and slave to two feline masters labouring under that fun old ball and chain known as Bipolar II. She felt that sharing her experiences with bipolar would be the best use of blog here.
About Site - I have been struggling with Bipolar Disorder since 2003, and this blog is one of my coping mechanisms. I come here to express the reality of my symptoms and find meaning in my experiences, positive or negative. My tumultuous journey is documented here, and maybe together we can learn something from calamity and endure the ceaseless symptoms mental illness.
Site - tessacandoit.com
About Site - Teresa (Tessa) Smeigh has bipolar disorder (mental), Fibromyalgia (nerves), degenerative disc disease (spine), and arthritis (joints). Despite that she is active in Mental Health Advocating and she has also been interviewed by blogs and had other posts published on many different blogs.
Site - livingwiththeunseen.blog
Auckland, New Zealand
About Site - The Journey of A Mid Thirties Male Living With A Mental Illness. This site will document my constant battle with Bipolar, its affect on my life and how I am now starting to get things back on track.
Site - bipolarjan.wordpress.com
About Site - Hi, I'm Janet Coburn a freelance writer/editor with bipolar disorder, type 2. For many years, I was diagnosed with unipolar depressions, but the new diagnosis fits me better and my new meds are keeping me much more on the level. I write about mental health issues, including talk therapy, medication, books, bullying, social aspects, and public policy, but mostly my own experiences.
47. Shedding Light on Mental Illness - The Triumphs And Struggles Of Living With Bipolar Disorder RSS Feed
Site - amygamble.wordpress.com
About Site - Amy Gamble is a speaker, an Olympian, Mental Health Advocate and a person who lives with bipolar disorder. She writes her blog 'Shedding Light on Mental Illness' to raise awareness, help eliminate stigma and share a personal view on living with a mental illness.
Site - myloudbipolarwhispers.com
La Crosse, Wisconsin
About Site - Sharing my story openly and honestly about living with my Bipolar Disorder 1 and creatively filling my posts and pages with humor, education, pain, failure, success, loneliness, shame, stigma, perseverance, hope, faith and love.
About Site - An author is a Mental health blogger with Bipolar, PTSD, OCD and Anxiety Survivor. Bipolar Whispers blog is for the person wondering if they are alone. For the person wondering 'How can I possibly get through this'. For the person newly diagnosed. For the person who has been diagnosed for a long time. For the person not yet diagnosed. For the person with multiple diagnoses.
Site - bipolarforlife.me
About Site - This is a blog about the experience of living with Bipolar Disorder. The story of what it is like to live with a disabling mental illness, day by day and to provide a safe and welcoming space for all who wish to participate, whether by comment, contribution, or simply silent reading.
Site - bipolarbrave.com
About Site - Through BipolarBrave blog you will learn about the signs and effects of bipolar disorder and gain insight into a world that exists despite the ignorance and unseen damage it does to so many authored by Katie R. Dale who is a former bipolar patient.
Site - redefiningbipolar.org
About Site - Redefining Bipolar is a community organization and conversation about bipolar disorder. All activity provided by author, Natasha. She says 'I rarely saw myself — my story — in the research I read about bipolar disorder. I wanted that evidence that supported my recovery, but I wanted it to reflect my humanity too. Thus, Redefining Bipolar was born.'
Site - erosnpsyche.wordpress.com
About Site - This blog is about my mental illness and my life. My name is Preslee. I have Bipolar II Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety, and PTSD. My life is getting better every day. This blog is about my life and my illness as I see them.
Grosse Pointe, MI
About Site - Steve Comer, an author have Bipolar Disorder Type I. He shares a lot of the material in this blog which will cover this subject including its treatment.
About Site - Our Lived Experience is a community where South Africans affected by bipolar disorder share their stories, please contact us if you'd like to take part. If you're a South African bipolar blogger, please get in touch so that we can list your blog.
Site - winningwithbipolar.com
About Site - An author is a middle-aged Certified Peer Specialist winning the battle with bipolar disorder one day at a time. He document this Winning with Bipolar blog to share his experience, strength, and hope.
Site - nicolemoncada.com
About Site - Nicole Moncada is an Aspiring writer, Proud Mother of the worlds greatest Son who is Type 1 Diabetic and has Aspergers, Survivor, a bit broken, Working on restoration through prayer and faith. PTSD, Bipolar type 1 Speaker/Educator for Mental Illness.
About Site - Hi! Welcome to my blog! This is really meant more as an online journal and possibly some sort of testimonial to the struggles of living with mental illness. It's going to be all kinds of dark and ugly but I hope also a little funny and informative as well.
Site - babyitsbipolar.blogspot.com
About Site - I have Bipolar Disorder, and I am blogging about the trials and triumphs of my relationship with my mental illness. Some people will read this blog to understand the plight of the bipolar, and others will be seeking solidarity because of their own mental illness. Whatever the reason you find yourself reading these posts, you are welcome here. This is a safe space, all are welcome.
About Site - Life is a journey that you can walk, run, or crawl through. I blog about bipolar disorder and mental health in general. This blog is both a support for people who are mentally ill and a place for people to understand mental illness more clearly.
Site - bpnurse.com
About Site - I'm a registered nurse and writer who also happens to be street-rat crazy. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the age of 53 and here, I'll share the lumps and bumps of a late-life journey toward sanity. It's not easy being bipolar in a unipolar world; let's figure it out together.
Site - abipolarsreality.com
About Site - I am a Canadian woman living in America. After 10 years diagnosed me with Bipolar 1, Social Anxiety and Agoraphobia none of the medicine worked. Recently thanks to a Mr. Stephen Fry I decided to accept my diagnosis and write about how I felt on a daily basis. Thus this blog was born.
Site - bipolarfanatic.wordpress.com
About Site - Author had Bipolar disorder, type I, with psychotic features. This is my diagnosis and often times what dictates my life. It's hard for me to share feelings in the real world, but I can somehow find the words on 'pen and paper.'
Site - bipolardid.wordpress.com
About Site - Living with mental health disorders and coping when others don't understand. Dealing especially with Bipolar Disorder and Dissociative Identity Disorder also known as DID and Multiple Personalites. This site focuses mainly on these disorders and child sexual and physical abuse.
Site - onceuponatimewithbipolar.com
About Site - My name is Stephanie and this blog is about my journey. I have Bipolar 2. I want to show, inspire and build confidence within individuals who have Bipolar, those who know someone with bipolar, and individuals with absolutely no bipolar connections.
79. Bipolar Manifesto - Bipolar Disorder and Depression discussion from the mind of a Type 2 Bipolar RSS Feed
Site - proudlybipolar.wordpress.com
Santa Cruz County, CA
About Site - Dyane Harwood is a Writer Healing from Postpartum Bipolar Disorder (Bipolar, Peripartum Onset). She also have been honored as a 'Story of Hope and Recovery' by the International Bipolar Foundation, a DBSA Life Unlimited and a PsychCentral Mental Health Hero.
Site - davewisematters.com
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
About Site - DaveWiseMatters is a blog focused on sharing the truth that people matter. He writes about topics like mental health recovery, faith, and life while struggling with bipolar disorder.
About Site - Hi, my name is Kam and I live with bipolar. Askmeimbipolar is a project that I started to help to raise awareness and fight the stigma of mental health. I want to do this by tackling the subject and answering your questions directly on video blog about my experiences of living with bipolar.
About Site - Bipolar Mums founder, Mariska Meldrum, is a mum of three and wife. Two years later, she experienced her first acute manic episode and was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder Type 1. Initially devastated, this diagnosis did not stop Mariska from pursuing her dream. She founded Bipolar Mums because she 'doesn't know any other mums with Bipolar' and has a passion for encouraging women in their daily live
Site - martinupfold.wordpress.com
Hull, East Yorkshire, UK
About Site - I am Martin Upfold and I am a father, husband, army veteran, student of photography and citizen journalist. Dealing with bipolar and depression, tackling it head on. What I do to cope with my situation is to do photography and occasionally blog about it.
Springfield, MO USA
About Site - Anne Cain is an Advocate & Blogger for Mental Health especially Bipolar Disorder, & a Volunteer at The Humane Society of Southwest Missouri. This blog is to help people who have or care for someone with mental illness.
About Site - Emily Glossner is a writer from central New York who has bipolar disorder. Among other topics, she write about mental illness and writing. She is also working on a novel called Dark and Bright as well as a book called Violets Are Blue: Essays About My Bipolar Life.
Site - mysideofthepole.com
About Site - I'm a 32 year old married woman who has been dealing with Bipolar disorder since the age of 14. This is all about my life, diagnoses, and treatments. I hope that others with Bipolar Disorder or PTSD can relate to my blog and find it helpful.
About Site - I am 36 years old. I was diagnosed in June of 2014. Since then it's been a lot of ups and downs. There are some things that are directly related to being Bipolar and there are some things that are just part of life. Sometimes it's good and sometimes it's bad. But it all comes together to create a beautiful picture. One that no one else has the ability to have.
96. Rosiesx RSS Feed
Site - rosiesx.com
About Site - Hi there! Welcome to my blog. My names Rosie, I'm 23 and from London, UK. I originally started this blog as a diary for when I was suffering from an eating disorder at 14 but have since been diagnosed with Bipolar. I started by reviewing products that helped with my hair and talking about my feelings. I now blog about EVERYTHING in between.
About Site - My name is Bridget Zhang and I am bipolar. I am also a dancer. This blog is to voice my own mind and maybe others can relate. I want to raise an awareness to the world about Bipolar Disorder. So many people know what it is but they don't know what it is like everyday for the person who has it.
About Site - I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, back in 1999. Since then, I've been ashamed and kept it my secret. However, I made it my mission to be as proactive as I could to fight for my health. Recently, coming out of the shadows, I decided to create a blog called The Bipolar Battle. I want to empower those afflicted with bipolar disorder to live the life they deserve to live.