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Is It Bipolar or a Different Diagnosis?

The incorrect diagnosis of bipolar or calling someone bipolar when there is a different set of symptoms disrupts lives, says Julie A. Fast. Learn what bipolar disorder is and isn't.

By Julie A. Fast

How Much Do You Know About Bipolar Mania?

Find out how much you know about bipolar mania. You'll be surprised by the answers to these 10 questions and learn important facts about the condition.

By Eileen Bailey

9 Facts You Should Know About Psychosis

We hear the term “psychotic” a lot. But what, exactly, is psychosis? Julie A. Fast highlights the symptoms and signs.

By Julie A. Fast

10 Tips for Living Better with Bipolar Disorder

This infographic provides some tips for staying on track with a bipolar treatment plan.

By Amanda Page

Food, Medicine, and Healing: One Woman’s Story of Empowerment

Brandi Blouch spent 10 years shuffled around to various doctors. When she turned to integrative medicine her world changed. Now she empowers others.

By Brandi Blouch

Rules for Bipolar Relationships

A diagnosis of bipolar disorder doesn’t have to mean the end of love or a meaningful relationship. Here are a few rules to apply to make love last.

By Eileen Bailey

What You Need to Know About Bipolar Disorder

Want to truly understand yourself or a loved one with bipolar disorder? Read nine these facts that will change your understanding forever.

By John McManamy

Misconceptions About Bipolar Disorder

Even the best psychiatrists have set ideas about bipolar disorder that aren’t entirely accurate. Hear from the perspective of someone with the illness.

By John McManamy

Diet Tips to Help Manage Bipolar Disorder

Living with bipolar disorder? What you eat can actually affect your treatment — for better, or worse. Here are some tips to aid in managing bipolar disorder.

By Carmen Roberts, M.S., R.D., L.D.N.

Gathering Friends and Relatives for Depression Support

Looking no further than our friend circles can show us where to start for depression support or if it’s time to find a support group or therapist instead.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., CPsychol., AFBPsS