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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All Behind a Smile
A weblog written by a female which includes articles on mental illness, book reviews, recipes and craft pages.
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.
The Bipolar Mama
Weblog of a lady writing about her life as a mother and life in general.
A man with high functioning autism and Bipolar II, writes about his experience with the illness. With articles that include topics such as relationships, medication and being unwell.
Written by a man in the United Kingdom, the blog includes video and news.
Bipolar Teenager's Personal Story
Describes the experience of being bipolar.
The Depressed Optimist
A blog that documents the life of a sufferer.
Gail Gerald's Musings
Thoughts on politics, religion and music from an American lady with the illness.
Dealing with bipolar disorder and recovery in articles and video. Includes information on meetings in Maryville and Knoxville, Tennessee.
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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