Kiki is an American artist, writer, and bipolar superhero living in the Netherlands with her partner, their two kids, and a very disagreeable cat.
She loves knitting, post-apocalyptic shooter games, and Hayao Miyazaki films.
"In the holiday spirit of giving, here are a few tips for (hopefully) making your holidays with bipolar run a little more smoothly," writes Kiki.
Have you ever gone on vacation with bipolar disorder? Kiki shares her tips with how to cope on holiday and have a successful trip.
Activism doesn’t have to be huge and dramatic. Everyday activism often consists of quiet gestures that make a difference in a small — yet meaningful — way.
We’ve all heard it before: sleep is one of the most important components to staying healthy and stable. How can we learn how to sleep better with bipolar?
Losing a loved one is deeply personal; no two people grieve the same way. But does bipolar disorder inherently change the way we experience loss?
Keeping a regular journal is an incredible tool that can help you to spot signs of mania or depression. Kiki shares her experience with journaling.
Aside from defining traits of the disorder, there are many lesser-known symptoms of bipolar — some of which might seem to be completely unrelated.
Blame, Guilt and Bipolar - we've all felt it at some point. Everyone diagnosed with bipolar disorder has no doubt felt the same thing. Here's how to cope.
Many of us have experienced it, and some have yet to; the fear, anticipation, and pain that go hand in hand with being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
While there are countless resources out there for people with bipolar disorder and their loved ones, I’ve compiled some of the best here just for you.