How To Identify The Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder (Mania & Depression)

By Nafa Danfad Bipolar Disorder involves problems with the emotions that can deeply affect your mental and physical health. It is a disease that can be present in anyone who develops the signs and … [Read more...]

Can You Be Suffering From Bipolar Depression?

By: Riley Hendersen Bipolar depression is a condition that routinely persists in the daily life of some individuals. Such depression is not what many of us feel on occasion, but are extreme and … [Read more...]

5 Powerful Ways to Fight Bipolar Disorder in Children – Perhaps Your Child!

By Merri Ellen Giesbrecht 1. Get rid of the TV and video games. What? You may gasp, but the amount of stuff that kids see these days only damages their development of proper thinking such as … [Read more...]

Wholistic Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

By Terry Coyier Bipolar Disorder is one of the most difficult to treat. Not only is it difficult to find the right medicine recipe for each person, patient compliance is a major obstacle. Some people … [Read more...]

Christian Faith, Bipolar Disorder, and Schizophrenia; Part Two

By Matthew Robert Payne If you have read part one you have already ready read five pages of the things I had to write about tonight. I am not sure how other people write. I write from the heart, and … [Read more...]

Christian Faith, Bipolar Disorder, and Schizophrenia; Part one

By Matthew Robert Payne Growing up with Bible stories and the TV and movies, you come to know about maniac’s. As a teenager I knew that genius and insanity were very closely related. Little did I … [Read more...]

Drugging Children: A Cruel Sign of the Times

Would I allow Ritalin or other similar drugs to be prescribed to my children because they fidgeted, squirmed in their seat or were inattentive? Hell would freeze over a thousand times before I'd … [Read more...]

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