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    Log In Forum Home Topics Discussions Partners Page Members Forum Rules Community Blog Forum Associations Letter to the Editor SOUNDOFF Talk to bp Writers Magazine Current Issue Archived Issues Customer Service Print Digital Subscription Buy Past Issues Frequently Asked Questions Digital Subscriber Access Page Subscribe Home support Diabetes II Versus Bipolar II The Power of Stigma By Penny Nichols February 5 2016 3 49 pm When my husband was diagnosed with diabetes II doctors nutritionists nurses friends family members coworkers everyone was terribly concerned No one doubted his diagnosis Read more A parents learning curve when a child has bipolar By A Mom in NY State November 6 2015 4 38 am If I had known then what I know now about parenting my child living with bipolar disorder I would do things differently By a Read more Parents Panel Considering care outside the home hospitalization and schools By Family Matters Panel November 5 2015 11 23 am Question After considering whether or not to place your child in a care setting outside the home and options for doing so how have you Read more Parents Panel Finding balance for the whole family By Family Matters Panel November 4 2015 5 44 am Question How do you keep the rest of your household normal while a family member is suffering the effects of his or her illness Read more Kids Bipolar 8 Tips on Maintaining Sibling Balance By Patricia Olsen October 22 2015 3 20 pm Parents are often very aware of the ways to support their child with bipolar disorder but here are some tips on supporting the brothers and Read more My Biggest Supporter Heroes of Hope By Stephanie Stephens October 5 2015 1 05 am What keeps us going through bipolar mood episodes Sometimes it s the unexpected support from someone who offers acceptance encouragement or simply a sympathetic ear Read more A Plan for Emotional Support is A Two Way Street Learn 3 Ways To Minimize Criticism Crankiness From Loved Ones By bp Magazine October 1 2015 1 37 pm Taking charge of change People with bipolar disorder need all the emotional support they can get from friends and family With time and effort it s Read more Support makes a difference when you live with bipolar By David Wise October 1 2015 12 01 am A week ago a friend invited me to attend a Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance DBSA meeting I had not been to a DBSA support Read more 10 Tips for Facing College with Bipolar Disorder By Sally Buchanan Hagen September 8 2015 10 03 am College is full of excitement socialising and learning opportunities However this can be de stabilising for those of us with bipolar disorder While it s nearing the Read more Partnering with your psychiatrist By Stephen Propst August 11 2015 10 05 am A frequent frustration I hear is I m not happy with my psychiatrist Battling bipolar without having a great doctor on your team

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  • Diabetes II Versus Bipolar II- The Power of Stigma | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Tagged with Bipolar stigma stigma of mental illness support About the author Penny Nichols Has 3 Articles Penny Nichols is a freelance writer currently living in Colorado She was diagnosed with bipolar II disorder eight years ago after decades of therapy and prescriptions aimed at fighting unspecified depression Rapid cycling was the result With an understandable diagnosis consistent care and meds aimed at regulating mood fluctuations Nichols enjoys periods of relative calm and productivity She has written and published a children s picture book posts book reviews on numerous sites publishes in various magazines and submits lifestyle articles to local newspapers Past jobs include client representation for a public relations firm serving as pr director of a nonprofit group and producing catalogs for a publishing company Nichols prefers to remain anonymous so that she can relate family stories with impunity 10 COMMENTS EdenAmaranth February 6 2016 Reply I live in Australia and I have Bipolar 1 and my partner has Diabetes 1 I can really relate to this article Not only do people react differently when my partner says he has diabetes then when I say I have bipolar but in Australia diabetics get much more government support and funding then the mentally ill Diabetes 1 is hard and I m glad he has access to so much help but it does annoy me that the government treats us so unequally When my partner says he has diabetes everyone is like poor you when I say I have Bipolar it s just awkwardness Penny February 9 2016 Reply So glad you brought up the differences in funding And your last sentence is so true Yvonne February 7 2016 Reply Keep smiling through I have bipolar affective disorder 22 years but still get stigmatized Yvonne mason LPG secretary Kylie February 7 2016 Reply Hi I have both diabetes II and bipolar II and epilepsy and I am treated differently by all I am trying to study at the moment but I m finding it hard to get the help I need from the university I attend I have very bad cognitive recall problems So this makes studying very hard Does anyone have any suggestions for this please Penny February 9 2016 Reply Since some meds make us more forgetful than others can you appeal to your doctor I did have to go to bat for a family member to get the extra study project time that her diability allowed had to complain to the chancellor s office and then things got better Hope things improve for you Mary Ann February 9 2016 Reply Dear Kyle I did not have a diagnosis of bipolar when I was in school but looking back I can see how it affected my studies I don t know how severe your epilepsy or diabetes is but I can imagine how the interplay between the three must be exhausting Here is my best tip for memory issues Hear it read it write it say it In your lecture classes try your very best to listen I know that this can be a challenge Ask the teacher if you can record the lecture This way you can listen to it again Read what is assigned You might be able to find a recording of some of your materials or you can read out loud say it and record them yourself to play back as a review Take notes of what you hear and read Writing things down helps to remember them This is what I had to do in difficult classes to make it through French was particularly grueling for me I used to go to sleep at night listening to a tape Good luck to you I hope these suggestions help Penny February 9 2016 Reply Thanks Mary Ann excellent ideas faithful February 9 2016 Reply Report user I experienced a loss of job many time due to BP 1 manic episode Although I did not cause any problem at my work after a couple weeks of absence hospitalization due to manic episode I found my self without job I experienced the harsh reality that stigma against mental illnesses is all over My question is Why is taking maternity leave or cancer treatments any different from taking care of mental crisis by Dr until he or she is stable enough to go back to work It s hard enough to go through recovery process but came out of mania to deal with financial problem does not help at all with feeling of guilt and shame that comes with this illness Penny February 10 2016 Reply Good point about acceptable absences After years of trying to keep a desirable job when moods get the best of me I am comfortable now working only freelance projects and substitute teaching gigs But I am lucky to have benefits through my husband s job Mental health days should be accepted maybe in our lifetime Cheryl February 11 2016 Reply Thank you for this information I agree totally with all that is said here Here is my thing My God I just want to be able to talk about it I want to be able to sit down and talk about what goes on on a daily weekly monthly yearly basis As those who have coffee clutches book clubs cooking groups etc I want so bad to have that for those of us suffering from this illness Just enjoying a cup of coffee or a movie or a book or tip on how something worked without the drama invalidation fix it mentality that goes on would be a breath of fresh air I get more support education and invitation to activities in my gluten free meetings Gluten I can avoid and I appreciate everyone s support care education books tips etc I do but how about we take that up a notch and discuss a serious illness bipolar and use those same techniques in dealing with that You mention any type of

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    Tagged with Bipolar stigma stigma of mental illness support About the author Penny Nichols Has 3 Articles Penny Nichols is a freelance writer currently living in Colorado She was diagnosed with bipolar II disorder eight years ago after decades of therapy and prescriptions aimed at fighting unspecified depression Rapid cycling was the result With an understandable diagnosis consistent care and meds aimed at regulating mood fluctuations Nichols enjoys periods of relative calm and productivity She has written and published a children s picture book posts book reviews on numerous sites publishes in various magazines and submits lifestyle articles to local newspapers Past jobs include client representation for a public relations firm serving as pr director of a nonprofit group and producing catalogs for a publishing company Nichols prefers to remain anonymous so that she can relate family stories with impunity 10 COMMENTS EdenAmaranth February 6 2016 Reply I live in Australia and I have Bipolar 1 and my partner has Diabetes 1 I can really relate to this article Not only do people react differently when my partner says he has diabetes then when I say I have bipolar but in Australia diabetics get much more government support and funding then the mentally ill Diabetes 1 is hard and I m glad he has access to so much help but it does annoy me that the government treats us so unequally When my partner says he has diabetes everyone is like poor you when I say I have Bipolar it s just awkwardness Penny February 9 2016 Reply So glad you brought up the differences in funding And your last sentence is so true Yvonne February 7 2016 Reply Keep smiling through I have bipolar affective disorder 22 years but still get stigmatized Yvonne mason LPG secretary Kylie February 7 2016 Reply Hi I have both diabetes II and bipolar II and epilepsy and I am treated differently by all I am trying to study at the moment but I m finding it hard to get the help I need from the university I attend I have very bad cognitive recall problems So this makes studying very hard Does anyone have any suggestions for this please Penny February 9 2016 Reply Since some meds make us more forgetful than others can you appeal to your doctor I did have to go to bat for a family member to get the extra study project time that her diability allowed had to complain to the chancellor s office and then things got better Hope things improve for you Mary Ann February 9 2016 Reply Dear Kyle I did not have a diagnosis of bipolar when I was in school but looking back I can see how it affected my studies I don t know how severe your epilepsy or diabetes is but I can imagine how the interplay between the three must be exhausting Here is my best tip for memory issues Hear it read it write it say it In your lecture classes try your very best to listen I know that this can be a challenge Ask the teacher if you can record the lecture This way you can listen to it again Read what is assigned You might be able to find a recording of some of your materials or you can read out loud say it and record them yourself to play back as a review Take notes of what you hear and read Writing things down helps to remember them This is what I had to do in difficult classes to make it through French was particularly grueling for me I used to go to sleep at night listening to a tape Good luck to you I hope these suggestions help Penny February 9 2016 Reply Thanks Mary Ann excellent ideas faithful February 9 2016 Reply Report user I experienced a loss of job many time due to BP 1 manic episode Although I did not cause any problem at my work after a couple weeks of absence hospitalization due to manic episode I found my self without job I experienced the harsh reality that stigma against mental illnesses is all over My question is Why is taking maternity leave or cancer treatments any different from taking care of mental crisis by Dr until he or she is stable enough to go back to work It s hard enough to go through recovery process but came out of mania to deal with financial problem does not help at all with feeling of guilt and shame that comes with this illness Penny February 10 2016 Reply Good point about acceptable absences After years of trying to keep a desirable job when moods get the best of me I am comfortable now working only freelance projects and substitute teaching gigs But I am lucky to have benefits through my husband s job Mental health days should be accepted maybe in our lifetime Cheryl February 11 2016 Reply Thank you for this information I agree totally with all that is said here Here is my thing My God I just want to be able to talk about it I want to be able to sit down and talk about what goes on on a daily weekly monthly yearly basis As those who have coffee clutches book clubs cooking groups etc I want so bad to have that for those of us suffering from this illness Just enjoying a cup of coffee or a movie or a book or tip on how something worked without the drama invalidation fix it mentality that goes on would be a breath of fresh air I get more support education and invitation to activities in my gluten free meetings Gluten I can avoid and I appreciate everyone s support care education books tips etc I do but how about we take that up a notch and discuss a serious illness bipolar and use those same techniques in dealing with that You mention any type of

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  • Diabetes II Versus Bipolar II- The Power of Stigma | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Tagged with Bipolar stigma stigma of mental illness support About the author Penny Nichols Has 3 Articles Penny Nichols is a freelance writer currently living in Colorado She was diagnosed with bipolar II disorder eight years ago after decades of therapy and prescriptions aimed at fighting unspecified depression Rapid cycling was the result With an understandable diagnosis consistent care and meds aimed at regulating mood fluctuations Nichols enjoys periods of relative calm and productivity She has written and published a children s picture book posts book reviews on numerous sites publishes in various magazines and submits lifestyle articles to local newspapers Past jobs include client representation for a public relations firm serving as pr director of a nonprofit group and producing catalogs for a publishing company Nichols prefers to remain anonymous so that she can relate family stories with impunity 10 COMMENTS EdenAmaranth February 6 2016 Reply I live in Australia and I have Bipolar 1 and my partner has Diabetes 1 I can really relate to this article Not only do people react differently when my partner says he has diabetes then when I say I have bipolar but in Australia diabetics get much more government support and funding then the mentally ill Diabetes 1 is hard and I m glad he has access to so much help but it does annoy me that the government treats us so unequally When my partner says he has diabetes everyone is like poor you when I say I have Bipolar it s just awkwardness Penny February 9 2016 Reply So glad you brought up the differences in funding And your last sentence is so true Yvonne February 7 2016 Reply Keep smiling through I have bipolar affective disorder 22 years but still get stigmatized Yvonne mason LPG secretary Kylie February 7 2016 Reply Hi I have both diabetes II and bipolar II and epilepsy and I am treated differently by all I am trying to study at the moment but I m finding it hard to get the help I need from the university I attend I have very bad cognitive recall problems So this makes studying very hard Does anyone have any suggestions for this please Penny February 9 2016 Reply Since some meds make us more forgetful than others can you appeal to your doctor I did have to go to bat for a family member to get the extra study project time that her diability allowed had to complain to the chancellor s office and then things got better Hope things improve for you Mary Ann February 9 2016 Reply Dear Kyle I did not have a diagnosis of bipolar when I was in school but looking back I can see how it affected my studies I don t know how severe your epilepsy or diabetes is but I can imagine how the interplay between the three must be exhausting Here is my best tip for memory issues Hear it read it write it say it In your lecture classes try your very best to listen I know that this can be a challenge Ask the teacher if you can record the lecture This way you can listen to it again Read what is assigned You might be able to find a recording of some of your materials or you can read out loud say it and record them yourself to play back as a review Take notes of what you hear and read Writing things down helps to remember them This is what I had to do in difficult classes to make it through French was particularly grueling for me I used to go to sleep at night listening to a tape Good luck to you I hope these suggestions help Penny February 9 2016 Reply Thanks Mary Ann excellent ideas faithful February 9 2016 Reply Report user I experienced a loss of job many time due to BP 1 manic episode Although I did not cause any problem at my work after a couple weeks of absence hospitalization due to manic episode I found my self without job I experienced the harsh reality that stigma against mental illnesses is all over My question is Why is taking maternity leave or cancer treatments any different from taking care of mental crisis by Dr until he or she is stable enough to go back to work It s hard enough to go through recovery process but came out of mania to deal with financial problem does not help at all with feeling of guilt and shame that comes with this illness Penny February 10 2016 Reply Good point about acceptable absences After years of trying to keep a desirable job when moods get the best of me I am comfortable now working only freelance projects and substitute teaching gigs But I am lucky to have benefits through my husband s job Mental health days should be accepted maybe in our lifetime Cheryl February 11 2016 Reply Thank you for this information I agree totally with all that is said here Here is my thing My God I just want to be able to talk about it I want to be able to sit down and talk about what goes on on a daily weekly monthly yearly basis As those who have coffee clutches book clubs cooking groups etc I want so bad to have that for those of us suffering from this illness Just enjoying a cup of coffee or a movie or a book or tip on how something worked without the drama invalidation fix it mentality that goes on would be a breath of fresh air I get more support education and invitation to activities in my gluten free meetings Gluten I can avoid and I appreciate everyone s support care education books tips etc I do but how about we take that up a notch and discuss a serious illness bipolar and use those same techniques in dealing with that You mention any type of

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  • Embracing and Accepting Your Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    throughout various community organizations and events Her Bipolar Babe persona has reached great heights locally and internationally as she is the B C provincial 2015 Courage To Come Back Recipient in the Mental Health category the winner of Victoria s 2013 CFAX Mel Cooper Citizen of the Year Award and the 2013 Winner for mental health Mentorship given by the National Council for Behavioral Health Washington D C She is grateful for having the opportunity to share her personal message that No matter what our challenges we can all live extraordinary lives 1 COMMENT Graham February 7 2016 I have found your site to be very helpful in living with bipolar mood disorder I wish everyone who lives with this condition would be connected to your organisation In South Africa we have SADAG South African Depression and Anxiety Group who do the same thing as you RELATED ARTICLES Loving a Family Member who has Bipolar Disorder December 25 2015 1 00 am Today is Christmas day and what a better time to talk about loving your family and sharing my personal story about my recent experiences with Having Bipolar Does not Spell Financial Doom and Gloom November 26 2015 12 00 pm Black Friday is among us and many people seem all too eager to pull out their credit cards and rush into a spending frenzy There The Problem of Defining Bipolar Disorder as Mood Swings October 30 2015 11 01 am There is an inherent problem with bipolar disorder being defined as simply having mood swings because it diminishes the experience of the person who has Managing my State of Hypo mania in Bipolar Disorder October 16 2015 12 01 am It is true I do not ride that normal mood wave all the time and there are countless instances in my life where I feel CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues October 1 2015 11 50 am Fall 2015 BIPOLAR DEPRESSION Letting the light in By Robin L Flanigan Strategies to dispel the darkness of bipolar depression starting with the good enough theory taking Read more August 3 2015 9 12 am Summer 2015 MARY LAMBERT SPREADING THE LOVE By Stephanie Stephens Singer songwriter Mary Lambert puts it all out there in her hit Secrets and she lives the Read more April 1 2015 11 37 am Spring 2015 TAME YOUR TRIGGERS By Robin L Flanigan From major life events to emotional patterns we all have stressors that are likely to spark Read more January 1 2015 5 36 am Winter 2015 OUR LEADING LADY CARRIE FISHER By Stephanie Stephens Carrie Fisher is returning as Princess Leia in a new Star Wars movie but she s always been Read more SoundOFF YOU YOUR PSYCHIATRIST The relationship between you and your psychiatrist can influence your recovery What qualities do you think are important in a psychiatrist In what ways has your doctor helped you the most Click here to reply CURRENT RESEARCH The Prechter Fund s Fight to Cure Bipolar Disorder

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    The truth is that I turned against myself and allowed the self stigma of bipolar disorder to infect my perspective and any chance that I had to achieve happiness and acceptance 4 I am so thankful for having a defining moment where I shared the acceptance of my bipolar disorder 5 with the world Many years ago I recall standing in front of five hundred people where I had finished a 3 day seminar that focused on my perspectives of the world and who I wanted to be in it As I made my way to a microphone shaking and red faced in front of so many onlookers I slowly formed my words under labored breath I said My name is Andrea and I learned something very valuable in this seminar which is that I have bipolar disorder but I am certainly not bipolar disorder Yes I have an illness but I am not defined by this illness and no matter what my challenges I can live an extraordinary life This is a moment that I will never forget and my acceptance paved the way to founding the Bipolar Disorder Society of British Columbia 6 and I coined my new persona as the Bipolar Babe 7 which now significantly contributes to thousands of others to seek their own empowerment Without the acceptance of bipolar disorder I would have never found the impetus to make my dreams a reality and have a purpose that encourages me to spread the importance of understanding acceptance and empathy for all people Embracing all Things Uncertain 8 Whether you are starting up a new business selling or buying your home taking a chance on a new love or dealing with an unexpected mental illness diagnosis we must embrace that everything in our lives is in

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  • Andrea Paquette | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Treatment Blog Most Recent Posts Meet Our Bloggers Comment Policy Forum Log In Forum Home Topics Discussions Partners Page Members Forum Rules Community Blog Forum Associations Letter to the Editor SOUNDOFF Talk to bp Writers Magazine Current Issue Archived Issues Customer Service Print Digital Subscription Buy Past Issues Frequently Asked Questions Digital Subscriber Access Page Subscribe Home Andrea Paquette Embracing and Accepting Your Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis By Andrea Paquette February 5 2016 9 00 am I have been pondering many thoughts around the concept that life is uncertain on so many fronts and certainly for those who have been diagnosed Read more Loving a Family Member who has Bipolar Disorder By Andrea Paquette December 25 2015 1 00 am Today is Christmas day and what a better time to talk about loving your family and sharing my personal story about my recent experiences with Read more Having Bipolar Does not Spell Financial Doom and Gloom By Andrea Paquette November 26 2015 12 00 pm Black Friday is among us and many people seem all too eager to pull out their credit cards and rush into a spending frenzy There Read more Managing my State of Hypo mania in Bipolar Disorder By Andrea Paquette October 16 2015 12 01 am It is true I do not ride that normal mood wave all the time and there are countless instances in my life where I feel Read more Challenge Your Bipolar Disorder Challenge Yourself By Andrea Paquette September 19 2015 10 48 pm Upon receiving a diagnosis of bipolar disorder many people including myself believe that life is over because we are now facing a serious mental illness Read more Bipolar Depression Changes my Perception of the World By Andrea Paquette August 21 2015 1 05 am I often share the mantra that I have bipolar I am not bipolar I have an illness I am not my illness However as of Read more Finding Hope Along the Bipolar Journey By Andrea Paquette May 1 2015 5 08 am When I learned that Saturday May 2nd is Global Hope Day as designated by the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression I felt Read more My Bipolar Psychotic Break Myth or Meaningful By Andrea Paquette April 19 2015 11 58 pm Very few people admit to having a psychotic break due to the fear that people will judge them harshly and consider them to be unpredictable Read more Youth with Bipolar Disorder Living Extraordinary Lives By Andrea Paquette April 3 2015 1 25 am As Executive Director for the Bipolar Disorder Society of British Columbia I created and facilitate the Teens2Twenties Support Group and it was born out my Read more Let s Talk About Mental Health in the Workplace By Andrea Paquette March 21 2015 12 03 am Mental health in the workplace has been an emerging trend toward discussing the topic more freely than ever before Having been diagnosed with bipolar disorder Read more 1 2 NEXT CURRENT ISSUE

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  • Bipolar Babe | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Treatment Blog Most Recent Posts Meet Our Bloggers Comment Policy Forum Log In Forum Home Topics Discussions Partners Page Members Forum Rules Community Blog Forum Associations Letter to the Editor SOUNDOFF Talk to bp Writers Magazine Current Issue Archived Issues Customer Service Print Digital Subscription Buy Past Issues Frequently Asked Questions Digital Subscriber Access Page Subscribe Home Bipolar babe Embracing and Accepting Your Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis By Andrea Paquette February 5 2016 9 00 am I have been pondering many thoughts around the concept that life is uncertain on so many fronts and certainly for those who have been diagnosed Read more Loving a Family Member who has Bipolar Disorder By Andrea Paquette December 25 2015 1 00 am Today is Christmas day and what a better time to talk about loving your family and sharing my personal story about my recent experiences with Read more Having Bipolar Does not Spell Financial Doom and Gloom By Andrea Paquette November 26 2015 12 00 pm Black Friday is among us and many people seem all too eager to pull out their credit cards and rush into a spending frenzy There Read more Managing my State of Hypo mania in Bipolar Disorder By Andrea Paquette October 16 2015 12 01 am It is true I do not ride that normal mood wave all the time and there are countless instances in my life where I feel Read more Challenge Your Bipolar Disorder Challenge Yourself By Andrea Paquette September 19 2015 10 48 pm Upon receiving a diagnosis of bipolar disorder many people including myself believe that life is over because we are now facing a serious mental illness Read more Bipolar Depression Changes my Perception of the World By Andrea Paquette August 21 2015 1 05 am I often share the mantra that I have bipolar I am not bipolar I have an illness I am not my illness However as of Read more Finding Hope Along the Bipolar Journey By Andrea Paquette May 1 2015 5 08 am When I learned that Saturday May 2nd is Global Hope Day as designated by the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression I felt Read more My Bipolar Psychotic Break Myth or Meaningful By Andrea Paquette April 19 2015 11 58 pm Very few people admit to having a psychotic break due to the fear that people will judge them harshly and consider them to be unpredictable Read more Youth with Bipolar Disorder Living Extraordinary Lives By Andrea Paquette April 3 2015 1 25 am As Executive Director for the Bipolar Disorder Society of British Columbia I created and facilitate the Teens2Twenties Support Group and it was born out my Read more Let s Talk About Mental Health in the Workplace By Andrea Paquette March 21 2015 12 03 am Mental health in the workplace has been an emerging trend toward discussing the topic more freely than ever before Having been diagnosed with bipolar disorder Read more 1 2 NEXT CURRENT ISSUE

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