What Bipolar Disorder Really Feels Like
This graphic novel-style book by Ellen Forney that depicts her experience with bipolar disorder is helpful for teens to understand their diagnoses. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Ellen Forney's Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo & Me – in pictures
Ellen Forney's Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo & Me is a deeply personal graphic memoir of her bipolar disorder
Childhood Trauma Recovery
This concise article outlines the four types of borderline mother as described in the work of James Masterson : 'waif', 'hermit', 'queen' and 'witch'.
"A trigger is the connection between the conscious mind and a burried painful memory." www.HealthyPlace.com A support community for anyone who has experienced any type of abuse.
Taking Charge of Your Mental Health (Infographic) | NAMI
nami fact sheet bipolar disorder | NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness | Taking Charge ...
Bipolar Disorder Thought Types
"Everyone has different kinds of thoughts but in bipolar disorder thoughts tend to be more unusual. Crowded, loud and racing thoughts are common during hypomania." www.HealthyPlace.com
Power of the Page: Writing as Therapy | bpHope.com
Channeling reflections and emotions through the pen (or keyboard) has notable mental health benefits Writing poems about painful memories has helped
Introvert Problems: Photo
While extroverts gain energy by socializing and being around people, introverts gain energy by being alone--and lose energy by being around people. Half of the American population is introverted. It's not wrong, it's not weird, and it's not stupid. It's just how we are. And though introverts certainly aren't better than extroverts, it still stands true that America (among other societies) praises outgoing, outspoken behavior and it's sometimes nice to be reminded that we aren't alone. So…
Bipolar Disorder Statistics Infographic | Vizual Archive
Bipolar disorder, or manic-depressive illness, involves alternating periods of mania and depression during which mood, energy and activity levels abnormally fluctuate. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images