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Upon being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, it is helpful to learn all you can about your condition as you start the recovery process. You will also need to find your best treatment program through working with your doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist, and insurance. Also, you will want to find support and be selective about who you share your mental illness details with.

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This is a post about protecting ourselves from bad situations, and how I failed to do it last week ...   One can make a strong case that our illness confers a certain heightened awareness that others view as uncanny or strange. The brain science strongly suggests that we aren’t as selective as the chronically normal in filtering out our…

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John McManamy, Health Guide, posted Voting in an Oligarchy and How Golf… It is this time of year that I am most grateful not to have a TV. For those…

10/13/14

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John McManamy, Health Guide, posted Writing As a Healing Journey - My… We need to be doing things that sustain us, that make us feel good, that we…

10/06/14

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John McManamy, Health Guide, posted Analyzing Kay Jamison: What to Shoot… Last week, I posted a piece that offered pointers on writing a bipolar…

09/14/14

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John McManamy, Health Guide, posted Writing Your Bipolar Memoir: A Few… This is a short piece on memoir-writing. The curse of our illness seems to…

09/09/14

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