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Dear Caregivers: You Are Not Alone!
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I cannot say that I fully understand what it’s like to have Bipolar, but I can tell you that being a caregiver of a child with Bipolar can sometimes make me feel isolated and alone. No one in my immediate family and circle of friends … Read More

Kids and Pets: Is Your Child Ready
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Pets are indisputably the cutest part of the family and kids are traditionally keen on the idea of having at least one pet at home. Whether it comes to a cat, a dog or a couple of golden fishes, many families enjoy looking after … Read More

4 Simple Tips to Make Motherhood Easier
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Every woman will probably tell you she loves being a mother and wouldn’t trade it for the world. But if you could make motherhood easier, you’d do it right? Even though it may sound selfish, after you give birth to your bundle of joy … Read More

From Pole to Pole
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I was diagnosed as bipolar II over fifteen years ago—a life-changing event that explained a lot: my sudden seasonal shifts in mood, my over-the-top irritability after a mild annoyance, my so-called hyper-seductiveness, job losses and relationship fiascoes. None of that was consistent with the … Read More

Give Yourself a Moment to Take Stock
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Ten years ago, people said hello when they passed each other on the street and if you wanted to know what was going on, you asked a neighbor, but much of that community contact has now been replaced by Likes, Shares and Re-tweets in … Read More

On Being Alive
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It has no doubt been a rough couple months for many people. Whether the pull of the planets with Mercury Retrograde has been the reason or something deeper and more personal, I’ve observed many around me fighting great battles with grief, despair, and hopelessness. … Read More

Depression & The Power of Music
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Last week, I was fortunate to get tickets to New Kids on the Block’s tour, The Main Event where TLC and Nelly will be opening for the guys. Everyone who knows me knows I’m a huge New Kids fan so the fact that I’m seeing NKOTB … Read More

It Is An Opportunity
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I walk into many people every day who can’t stop complaining about their illness. I don’t blame them or think less of them. I have been there too. I spent years laying quietly in my room in complete isolation. I had many questions on … Read More