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Recognizing Signs of Bipolar Stability

Julie A. Fast
August 28, 2008

My personal stability ‘gauge’ looks different than yours. But everyone with bipolar disorder shares some common threads of what it feels like to be fully stable. Here is what wellness feels like for me. It took me a long time to figure out what it feels like to be well. I’ve certainly had periods of...

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When Bipolar Recovery Takes You Beyond Your Comfort Zone

Stephen Propst
August 11, 2008

Are you stuck in your comfort zone? Here are some tips to help you become ‘unstuck’ and continue on your recovery. By Stephen Propst   By a fairly young age, most of us develop a set of deeply ingrained beliefs. We then live within self-imposed comfort zones based on these beliefs. In our comfort zones...

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Bipolar & Maintaining Stability While Coping With The Loss Of A Pet

Beth Brownsberger Mader
May 1, 2008

Grief from losing a pet can trigger a major bipolar episode. Here are some coping skills to ensure that you remain stable while grieving. By Beth Brownsberger   The bill from the animal hospital arrived, a piece of mail representing the culmination of a very sad week for me. Inside the envelope was the invoice...

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