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February 3, 2015

…So I’m diagnosed Bipolar. This isn’t a nightmare, at least not right now. It offers explanation of so much that has…

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Stigma Busters
December 11, 2014

One of the main purposes of this website is helping to remove stigma and shame and allowing people who wrestle with…

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Brain Training
December 1, 2014

Brain training seems like an appealing solution to a common problem that people have with depression: a loss of cognitive function…

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A bipolar UK election
November 13, 2014

You have had in the US I believe your mid term elections and now the long grind starts towards the selection…

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Dr. Black – Bipolar Specialist
October 6, 2014

Hello there. I’d like to introduce myself as a new contributor to the MoodSurfing ™ blog. ​My name is Suzanne A….

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Being Busy is an Antidote to the Terror of Being Alone
August 11, 2014

My attention was captured when I read an article that suggested that there was a common human experience that many people…

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Skill Building for Psychosis
June 19, 2014

One of the very hard things about many psychiatric disorders, including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, is that they often begin at…

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Befriending Stress
February 10, 2014

A colleague recommended this fantastic TED talk by Kelly McGonigal on the cardiovascular and social benefits of befriending stress (and potentially…

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Something Better Change
August 23, 2013

Occasionally, I realize that this business of helping people change  their moods is a bit like the false pride that proceeds…

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Get Ready for Fall
August 22, 2013

As August winds itself up, it is time to start thinking about the fall and then winter coming up. A little…

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Postpartum Episodes
August 13, 2013

Summary and Comment Perinatal Mood Episodes Common in Women with Bipolar Disorder Women with bipolar I disorder had higher risk for…

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