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  • Looking for Motivation? Enjoying the Task at Hand Will Matter Once You Start | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    these actions said Fishbach And if what people care about changes they may choose activities that they fail to follow through on or that they regret pursuing In one experiment researchers tested whether people could accurately predict how persistence would be affected by boring or fun tasks and lower or higher pay Participants were assigned to evaluate sections of a computer manual or a joke book and told they would receive a bonus of either five or 10 cents for each completed section One group of participants predicted how long they would stick with their tasks and expected that higher pay would be the main driver Ultimately the researchers didn t have this group perform any tasks but another group of participants did The only factor that increased this group s time spent on a reading task was the level of enjoyment during the activity the amount of money did not influence persistence The research has implications for employers policymakers and others who wish to motivate people Dieters for example should realize that taste might not matter to them before initiating a diet But to actually stick with it they should choose an eating experience that isn t just low calorie but also fulfilling and enjoyable said Fishbach Likewise in the workplace when an employee is immersed in a project that is the best time for employers to emphasize the rewarding aspects of the project experience Doing so will increase persistence on the task said Fishbach Source Newswise Credit University of Chicago Booth School of Business Tagged with Bipolar diet exercise helath motivation 1 COMMENT Cheryl D January 21 2016 Reply Exercise is so anathema to me that I can t even make myself remember much less do the physical therapy exercises that are supposed to help my back I ve always been sedentary even in grade school it was more fun to read than to do anything outdoors Leave a Reply to Cheryl D Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Message First Name or Nickname Do not use full name Email RELATED ARTICLES Blog Mental Illness in Catholic Schools Catholic Prejudice February 8 2016 12 01 am I was raised a catholic My parents were catholic their parents were catholic all my neighbors and most of my friends were catholic As a Living with Bipolar Why I Still Exercise and Do Yoga February 6 2016 1 01 am I wrote in this winter s issue of BP Magazine Why I still Exercise about how despite both mental and physical struggles and restrictions I continue Living with Bipolar Be Inspired to Forgive and Ask for Forgiveness February 6 2016 12 01 am This Swedish proverb Love me when I least deserve it because that s when I really need it is so true For us all For me Diabetes II Versus Bipolar II The Power of Stigma February 5 2016 3 49 pm When my husband was diagnosed with diabetes II doctors nutritionists

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  • Immune cells linked to bipolar symptoms | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    episodes our bipolar brains are negatively effected in cognition memory etc so I will try my hardest to keep myself stable with the least harmful bipolar meds I can for my brains health Cal February 3 2016 You sound exactly like me I m 45 have 2 kids who i question about their feelings Told my daughter who said well thats no surprise as you ve always been a bit nutty but she is my best friend I do worry it will pass on to them as she gets stressed out by things that shouldn t stress her and my son is a deep thinker I m thyroid bipolar not quite not quite menopausal but god help the world when that happens ha ha I also try to train my brain to keep stable Thanks for your comments Sharon January 18 2016 I just wanted to thank you as well for your comments They really struck home Jennifer January 30 2016 Very touching God bless you Barb January 14 2016 Wow Mike you certainly DO understand I wonder where you live My husband is 100 disabled vet bipolar was basically my only support when I bipolar also went through an episode He could really use a contact number of someone to talk with when if this happens again Kitty January 16 2016 I have been unsuccessful so far in finding a support group I have done computer research talked to other people I know with mood disorders and even my medical person So far none I live in Vermont close to the largest city and would be willing to drive up to 25 miles Anyone know of a support group in Vermont Carrua January 20 2016 Relate to so much of what you all are saying and often feel crazy as I am BP as well Does anyone know of a group in the Charlotte MI area Close to Lansing Really need some support these days and good luck to all of you for your bravery and courage Bk January 23 2016 I understand your frustration as your looking for a support group I live in a town that has a Behavioral health center and still no support Giving someone a smile or wiping away a tear and sharing a hug has no cost associated with it Good luck on your journey This is for you Bk The 2 of me Donna February 13 2016 My nephew was recently diagnose Bipolar at age 27 He was sentenced to a level 5 prison for 2 years for running from a diversion center at 16 years old Then served 5 yrs now looking at 10 yr because the sentencing never ends and he cant get the help he needs or meds Atlanta GA RELATED ARTICLES Blog Mental Illness in Catholic Schools Catholic Prejudice February 8 2016 12 01 am I was raised a catholic My parents were catholic their parents were catholic all my neighbors and most of my friends were catholic

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  • Immune cells linked to bipolar symptoms | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    problems with attention memory and concentration Professor Mikael Landén said In a genome wide association study GWAS involving people with bipolar disorder the researchers found that a genetic variant of the SNX7 gene was associated with levels of a protein known as kynurenic acid and with the two sets of bipolar symptoms They also found the pathway from genetic risk to symptomology mainly involves signaling via the brains immune cells

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  • Immune Cells | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
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  • Immune cells linked to bipolar symptoms | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    40 years can be calmer but now read that because of the manic depressive episodes our bipolar brains are negatively effected in cognition memory etc so I will try my hardest to keep myself stable with the least harmful bipolar meds I can for my brains health Cal February 3 2016 Reply You sound exactly like me I m 45 have 2 kids who i question about their feelings Told my daughter who said well thats no surprise as you ve always been a bit nutty but she is my best friend I do worry it will pass on to them as she gets stressed out by things that shouldn t stress her and my son is a deep thinker I m thyroid bipolar not quite not quite menopausal but god help the world when that happens ha ha I also try to train my brain to keep stable Thanks for your comments Sharon January 18 2016 Reply I just wanted to thank you as well for your comments They really struck home Jennifer January 30 2016 Reply Very touching God bless you Barb January 14 2016 Reply Wow Mike you certainly DO understand I wonder where you live My husband is 100 disabled vet bipolar was basically my only support when I bipolar also went through an episode He could really use a contact number of someone to talk with when if this happens again Kitty January 16 2016 Reply I have been unsuccessful so far in finding a support group I have done computer research talked to other people I know with mood disorders and even my medical person So far none I live in Vermont close to the largest city and would be willing to drive up to 25 miles Anyone know of a support group in Vermont Carrua January 20 2016 Reply Relate to so much of what you all are saying and often feel crazy as I am BP as well Does anyone know of a group in the Charlotte MI area Close to Lansing Really need some support these days and good luck to all of you for your bravery and courage Bk January 23 2016 Reply I understand your frustration as your looking for a support group I live in a town that has a Behavioral health center and still no support Giving someone a smile or wiping away a tear and sharing a hug has no cost associated with it Good luck on your journey This is for you Bk The 2 of me Donna February 13 2016 Reply My nephew was recently diagnose Bipolar at age 27 He was sentenced to a level 5 prison for 2 years for running from a diversion center at 16 years old Then served 5 yrs now looking at 10 yr because the sentencing never ends and he cant get the help he needs or meds Atlanta GA Leave a Reply to Michael D O Brien Cancel reply Your email address will not be published

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  • Immune cells linked to bipolar symptoms | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    30 40 years can be calmer but now read that because of the manic depressive episodes our bipolar brains are negatively effected in cognition memory etc so I will try my hardest to keep myself stable with the least harmful bipolar meds I can for my brains health Cal February 3 2016 Reply You sound exactly like me I m 45 have 2 kids who i question about their feelings Told my daughter who said well thats no surprise as you ve always been a bit nutty but she is my best friend I do worry it will pass on to them as she gets stressed out by things that shouldn t stress her and my son is a deep thinker I m thyroid bipolar not quite not quite menopausal but god help the world when that happens ha ha I also try to train my brain to keep stable Thanks for your comments Sharon January 18 2016 Reply I just wanted to thank you as well for your comments They really struck home Jennifer January 30 2016 Reply Very touching God bless you Barb January 14 2016 Reply Wow Mike you certainly DO understand I wonder where you live My husband is 100 disabled vet bipolar was basically my only support when I bipolar also went through an episode He could really use a contact number of someone to talk with when if this happens again Kitty January 16 2016 Reply I have been unsuccessful so far in finding a support group I have done computer research talked to other people I know with mood disorders and even my medical person So far none I live in Vermont close to the largest city and would be willing to drive up to 25 miles Anyone know of a support group in Vermont Carrua January 20 2016 Reply Relate to so much of what you all are saying and often feel crazy as I am BP as well Does anyone know of a group in the Charlotte MI area Close to Lansing Really need some support these days and good luck to all of you for your bravery and courage Bk January 23 2016 Reply I understand your frustration as your looking for a support group I live in a town that has a Behavioral health center and still no support Giving someone a smile or wiping away a tear and sharing a hug has no cost associated with it Good luck on your journey This is for you Bk The 2 of me Donna February 13 2016 Reply My nephew was recently diagnose Bipolar at age 27 He was sentenced to a level 5 prison for 2 years for running from a diversion center at 16 years old Then served 5 yrs now looking at 10 yr because the sentencing never ends and he cant get the help he needs or meds Atlanta GA Leave a Reply to Linda Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields

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  • This month's article | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Hope Inspiration Motivation Religion Faith Spirituality Success Stories K i d s All Articles Diagnosis Family Stories Genetics Living Well Support Symptoms 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 This month s article February 2016 Featured Article January s featured article is Growing Older with Bipolar Use the editorial content and graphics below for your e newsletters website and Facebook pages Link All article copy and images must be linked to this URL http www bphope com growing older with bipolar Images for website newsletter facebook use click for full size images Option 1 Title Description Growing Older with Bipolar Bipolar disorder may become easier to manage in later life but staying alert to changes in physical health and how well your medication is working is key to your mental health OR Option 2 Title Article Excerpt Growing Older with Bipolar Be prepared for the shifts that come from growing older with bipolar One day you notice your smile lines have turned into wrinkles Or maybe your back and knees creak after a flag football game It s inevitable The passage of time brings changes in the body in relationships in outlook The mantle of maturity often fosters a stronger sense of self even as midlife marks the creeping arrival of senior moments and medical issues Parents have to adapt to an empty nest which can be an emotional challenge even as it leaves more time and freedom to focus on personal pursuits Ditto for those who step back from the workplace How does bipolar play into all of this Mood shifts may change or intensify Medications that worked for decades may lose their potency or start contributing to other health conditions Yet years of accumulated knowledge can yield a better grasp of how to maintain balance Of course everyone s journey with bipolar is different At 69 Dennis hasn t noticed any differences in his bipolar I symptoms They always say that as we get older we change he says I ve been doing well on the same dose of medication for 25 years Maybe these things happen a little later than people think Or maybe some credit goes to Dennis s daily walks around Boston and longtime involvement with a local Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance chapter Anything that helps you stay active and socially connected will make the third act of life run more smoothly It turns out functional age how we perform daily tasks whether we exercise what we do for fun may trump chronological age click to read the full article CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues October 1 2015 11 50 am Fall 2015 BIPOLAR DEPRESSION Letting the light in By Robin L Flanigan Strategies to

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