Sharon Davis was born in Ashland, Ohio and was raised on a farm. She earned her BS in Materials Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. She also earned a Masters of Public Health from Georgia State University.
Sharon was diagnosed with bipolar disorder when she was 35 years old. Although she has faced many struggles since her diagnosis, she has come to embrace her condition and the unique way in which she interprets the world around her. She spent most of her adult life in Atlanta, GA and now resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Yoga is a well-known form of exercise, but could it also help people with bipolar disorder? Sharon discusses yoga for bipolar management.
Doctors can spend months, even years, finding the right combination of drugs for each patient. Learn more about your bipolar medication options today!
"It is not easy living with bipolar disorder, but the support of loved ones makes the journey more bearable." Charlie and Sharon share their stories.
There are many studies out there about the link between bipolar and creativity, but how does creativity affect the minds of those living with bipolar?
Bipolar self-care methods are essential when going through a depressive or hypomanic episode. Read here for strategies to help stabilize your mood.
Suicide risk for people with bipolar disorder is 30 times greater than it is for the average person. Learn how to minimize the risk and how to get help.
If you or someone in your family has bipolar, you might be wondering — is bipolar hereditary? It does run in families, but we still don't know everything.
Helping someone with bipolar can be difficult because understanding bipolar and helping someone else notice the change in themselves is a delicate endeavor.
When you have bipolar disorder you often discover your anger when it is too late, once the consequences have caught up with you.
"Join me as I navigate you through the many resources that can help you or a loved one who is managing bipolar," Sharon writes on bipolar education.