bipolar disorder



So I’m having ridiculously rapid cycling with my Bipolar disorder lately. What is rapid cycling? Well, if it’s not common sense, let me quote WebMD: “Rapid cycling is a pattern of frequent, distinct episodes in bipolar disorder. In rapid cycling, a person with the disorder experiences four or more episodes […]

Ultra-rapid cycling lately





Information about Bipolar Disorder What is Bipolar Disorder? My personal experience with Bipolar Disorder My experience with the racing thoughts associated with Bipolar Disorder How I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder (story) Coping skills Psychosis associated with my Bipolar Disorder Ultra-rapid cycling (possibly worsened by medication) External resources YouTube Bipolar […]

Bipolar Disorder


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What Bipolar Disorder is for me You may have read, or want to read What is Bipolar Disorder anyway? to get a general understanding of bipolar disorder first. This article, however, is based on my personal experience of suffering with it. Bipolar has caused several issues for me, such as: […]

Bipolar disorder: my personal experience and what it is for ...



I feel like going on a bit of rant. And it’s mainly about the stigma attached to Bipolar Disorder, along with other mental illnesses. If you’re one of those people that instantly judges and discriminates against someone solely based on the fact that they’re diagnosed with a mental illness, then […]

Mental illness and the stigma attached to it


If you’re not already aware, I’m suffering from Bipolar Disorder and anxiety – and just recently started taking medication again. I thought I would write a little bit about what I expect medication to do for me, and what I don’t expect it to do. This is partially due to […]

What I expect and do not expect from medication


“Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. Symptoms of bipolar disorder are severe. They are different from the normal ups and downs that everyone goes through from time to […]

What is Bipolar Disorder anyway?