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Life With Joe, Before And After His Bipolar Diagnosis

Kathleen Maloney | Posted 11.04.2014 | Healthy Living
Kathleen Maloney

The sad fact is that you don't have control over what someone else does. You can't force someone to do something they do not want to do. My husband refused to believe he had bipolar disorder. And in 2011, when he was diagnosed with stage IV cancer, he refused to believe that.

Stop The Stigma: 'Bipolar' Is Not A New Word For Just Darn Unpleasant

Dr. Margaret Rutherford | Posted 10.25.2014 | Healthy Living
Dr. Margaret Rutherford

There are many people with bipolar disorder who are highly creative, high-functioning people. They can have lives that are not governed by their illness and live happy, loving, productive lives. But there's no cure. And there are some that are not so lucky.

When the Doctor Says 'You're Bipolar'

Jessica McNeill Azar | Posted 08.26.2014 | Parents
Jessica McNeill Azar

At that moment, I began to realize that while managing Bipolar II was not going to be easy, doing my best to do so was the key to living out an amazingly fulfilling life. I had what I needed to truly survive inside of me -- my determination, faith in God, and a thirst for knowledge.

The Life of Bi

Ron Mattocks | Posted 11.08.2013 | Healthy Living
Ron Mattocks

"I don't think you have ADD," he finally says, turning to me. I'm ready to leave, but I stay to hear him out. "What you're describing sounds more like a Bipolar II disorder."

Jesse Jackson, Jr., Being Treated For Bipolar II Disorder -- What Is It?

Posted 08.13.2012 | Healthy Living

Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr., the Democratic U.S. Representative for Illinois, is being treated for bipolar disorder, according to news reports. ...

Living With The Stigma Of Mental Illness

Red Room | Posted 06.23.2011 | Home
Red Room

Bipolar disorder is quite misunderstood. It isn't just bipolar disorder that is stigmatized, it is all mental illnesses. We can't "get over it," or "suck it up" or "snap out of it."