Bipolar disorder (manic depression) is a brain disorder, a chemical deficiency in the brain. This disorder causes shifts in a person's mood state, energy level and performance ability. Suicide is a dangerous component of the bipolar puzzle. This illness is long-term but treatable. A combination of drugs and psychotherapy is widely prescribed and will return most patients to a productive life.
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Basket Weaving for Beginners
Displays various essays and personal thoughts on this disorder.
Bipolar 2 and My Journey
A man discusses his disorder in a blog.
Personal writings and information presented by a woman suffering from this illness.
Bipolar Disorder Can Be Misdiagnosed
Provides personal experiences, describes the illness and discusses pharmacology.
One woman's account of living with bipolar disorder.
Written by a man in the United Kingdom, the blog includes video and news.
A blog by a psychologist and a medical researcher who have personal experience with bipolar disorder.
Bipolar Teenager's Personal Story
Describes the experience of being bipolar.
Lithium and Chips
A personal account of a bipolar sufferer. experiences and useful advice for friends and family. A positive look at mental illness.
Diary, FAQ, coping ideas, other stories, description and links.
Experiences of a man diagnosed with this illness as well as schizoaffective disorder.
My Bipolar Story
A memoir of a bipolar woman, before and after being diagnosed.
Out of the Darkness
Offers her story, poetry and articles.
The Scarlet B
A blog about life with Bipolar II, complete with opinions, stories, and occasional attempts at something resembling art.
Wild Abandon: I'm Bipolar. Damn.
A young woman from Mississippi writes about her illness, treatment and relationships.
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