Bipolar Awareness
Becky Wicks
Becky Wicks
April 23, 2019
"The quicker we raise bipolar awareness the more people we can reach, changing their misconceptions about mental health," writes Becky.

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Bipolar and Communication 1

How Bipolar Can Impact Your Communication Skills

Having bipolar disorder has an impact on how you communicate with those around you, but there are steps you can take to improve your communication skills.
by Becky Wicks on September 30, 2015
Bipolar and Hobbies

The Benefits of Having Hobbies With Bipolar Disorder

"Not only do our hobbies improve cognitive functioning, they can help stave off depression as well." Kiki looks at bipolar and hobbies.
by Kiki Woodham on February 26, 2015
Bipolar and Relationships

Bipolar and Relationships

Bipolar and relationships often don't go well together; up to 90% of marriages involving a bipolar partner fail. Try these tips to be in the successful 10%.
by Eric Patterson on December 11, 2014
Healthy Soup Recipes

Healthy Soup Recipes

One area that all people who have bipolar disease have in common is that they all don't eat enough vegetables, these soup recipes will help combat that!
by Donna Schwontkowski on November 10, 2014
What are Heirloom Seeds?

What are Heirloom Seeds?

What are heirloom seeds? Heirloom seeds are non-genetically engineered seeds and may be found at your local nurseries or home improvement stores.
by Donna Schwontkowski on September 29, 2014
Health Benefits of Salad

Health Benefits of Salad

There are many health benefits of salad. You’ll love how you feel and you’ll notice your moods are more stable after eating a healthy salad meal.
by Donna Schwontkowski on September 22, 2014
Bipolar Diet

Smoothies and Bipolar Diet

Smoothies are definitely a trend in nutrition and are an excellent way of getting your daily servings of fruits and vegetables for a healthy Bipolar diet.
by Donna Schwontkowski on September 15, 2014
Video Getting Past the Bipolar Stigma

Getting Past the Bipolar Stigma

Let's take a look at the impact of stigma and deciding to disclose a diagnosis of bipolar disorder to loved ones and acquaintances.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on January 7, 2014