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Bipolar in Order

Is Bi-Cycling Delusion Keeping Your Bipolar in Disorder?

Tom Wootton | Posted 11.08.2013 | Home
Tom Wootton

Bipolar is a cyclical condition. We cycle through depressions and manias, sometimes reaching intensities that cause a crisis for us. We also periodically cycle into remission. It might be easier if the cycles were predictable, but for many of us they are completely random.

Advantages in Bipolar -- No Longer If, but Why and How

Tom Wootton | Posted 08.23.2013 | Home
Tom Wootton

Four distinguished panelists gave presentations about their research into why people with bipolar disorder tend to exhibit advantages in some parts of their lives. They said it was the first time ever that the APA had such a discussion and it was a great honor to be a part of it.

Becoming More Aware of Depression and Bipolar

Tom Wootton | Posted 02.05.2013 | Home
Tom Wootton

Increased awareness results in deeper understanding, better functionality, more comfort for all involved, and recognition of value in what was once seen only as a disorder. It can literally be the difference between a diminished life and a great one.

Understanding Bipolar: You Don't Know The Half Of It

Tom Wootton | Posted 08.31.2011 | Home
Tom Wootton

There is another half to the bipolar experience, where our understanding helps us remove the suffering while we gain the ability to function completely in all states, from the highest high to the deepest low. I call it "Bipolar In Order."