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There is no balance in bipolar

Monday. Tearful. What great sorrow as I stagnated once again in suicidal ideation. Then insomnia came and washed away the tears by triggering hypomania.

Today. Zero sleep last night. 398 more words

Bipolar Ride

Accepting the help we deserve.

Who knew that a trip to get some cat food could remind me of one of the most powerful life lessons?

Just a regular ‘ole day, strolling into Petsmart, getting growled at by a Rottweiler puppy on my way to spend too much money on my Baby Belle’s cat food. 506 more words

Which behaviours and symptoms are the most distressing for family carers of people with dementia?

The November International Psychogeriatrics Article of the Month is entitled “A systematic review of the relationship between behavioral and psychological symptoms (BPSD) and caregiver well-being” by Alexandra Feast, Esme Moniz-Cook, Charlotte Stoner, Georgina Charlesworth, Martin Orrell.

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Mental Health

The Seven Homunculi of Go: The Satyr of Disagreement

Agitation

Some of my losses follow a certain pattern:

I surround a relatively large territory and judge it as secure. My opponent invades it anyway. I get annoyed at my opponent’s stubbornness. 528 more words

Learn To Play Go

I’m Bored!

If you’ve been a parent, you’ve surely heard “I’m bored!” countless times. Children often have difficulty thinking of something to do or initiating an activity or a get-together with a friend. 992 more words

Caregivers