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    Spending Stress Substance Abuse Suicide Thinking Attention Issues Triggers Treatment Art Music Confidence Building Diagnosis Misdiagnosis Diet Doctors ECT Exercise Finding Balance Hospitalization Living Well Medication Meditation Mindfulness Peer Support Pets Animals Physical Health Psychotherapy Setting Goals Stress Management Talk Therapy Wellness Management Plan Relationships Caregivers Dating Family Forgiveness Friends Parenting Children School Spouse Partners Stigma Work Hope Celebrities 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 Forum Feedback Welcome to the bphope Forum Feedback and Log In Help Page Please fill out the form below to provide us with feedback on the new website and forum as well as request any log in help Due to the high volume of e mails received please allow 24 hours for a response In the meantime please visit the FORUM HELP TOPICS page for helpful tips in using bphope s new Forum If you are a human and are seeing this field please leave it blank Fields marked with a are required First Name Username existing or requested Email Requested or existing Password Message What is thirteen minus 6 CURRENT ISSUE NEWSLETTER 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

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  • Our animal families - A Discussion About Bipolar | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    ECT Exercise Finding Balance Hospitalization Living Well Medication Meditation Mindfulness Peer Support Pets Animals Physical Health Psychotherapy Setting Goals Stress Management Talk Therapy Wellness Management Plan Relationships Caregivers Dating Family Forgiveness Friends Parenting Children School Spouse Partners Stigma Work Hope Celebrities 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 8 Views Our animal families Home Bipolar Support Group Topics Other Group Pet Therapy Our animal families Search for Reply to this Discussion Start Your Own Discussion Tagged Our animal families This topic contains 1 reply has 2 voices and was last updated by faithful 7 hours 48 minutes ago February 13 2016 at 7 02 pm 148141 karma Participant Here s a big group hug for all your beautiful animal s Karma February 13 2016 at 9 48 pm 148151 faithful Participant I LOVE my pets They are a big part of my life They too had been there for me in good days and bad days They deserve a recognition as they help us so much during our mood swings Viewing 2 posts 1 through 2 of 2 total You must be logged in to reply to this topic About the author Kelly Has 5 Articles CURRENT ISSUE NEWSLETTER 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

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  • Group: Pet Therapy | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Relapse Sleep Problems Spending Stress Substance Abuse Suicide Thinking Attention Issues Triggers Treatment Art Music Confidence Building Diagnosis Misdiagnosis Diet Doctors ECT Exercise Finding Balance Hospitalization Living Well Medication Meditation Mindfulness Peer Support Pets Animals Physical Health Psychotherapy Setting Goals Stress Management Talk Therapy Wellness Management Plan Relationships Caregivers Dating Family Forgiveness Friends Parenting Children School Spouse Partners Stigma Work Hope Celebrities 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 10 Views Group Pet Therapy Search for Home Bipolar Support Group Topics Other Group Pet Therapy This forum contains 2 topics and 3 replies and was last updated by faithful 7 hours 48 minutes ago Start Your Own Discussion Discussions Voices Posts Our animal families Here s a big group hug for all your beautiful animal s Karma Started by karma 2 2 My Favorite Pet I have pet therapy for all seasons My Bichon Jacques Jack is my year round companion nbs Started by anonymous 2 3 3 You must be logged in to create new discussions About the author bpdesign Has 112 Articles CURRENT ISSUE NEWSLETTER 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

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  • dual diagnosis - A Discussion About Bipolar | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Doctors ECT Exercise Finding Balance Hospitalization Living Well Medication Meditation Mindfulness Peer Support Pets Animals Physical Health Psychotherapy Setting Goals Stress Management Talk Therapy Wellness Management Plan Relationships Caregivers Dating Family Forgiveness Friends Parenting Children School Spouse Partners Stigma Work Hope Celebrities 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 11 Views dual diagnosis Home Bipolar Support Group Topics Dual Diagnosis dual diagnosis Search for Reply to this Discussion Start Your Own Discussion This topic contains 0 replies has 1 voice and was last updated by nikita 12 hours 7 minutes ago February 13 2016 at 5 30 pm 148133 nikita Participant I have been diagnosed bipolar 15 years ago Recently looking at bpd and dealing with menopause Thought I was losing my mind a lot of really emotional things going on right now and little support Self medin icating Have you ever have to make a decision between bad and worse Well didnk work out so well I can t be the only one who has acted out and regretted it Viewing 1 post of 1 total You must be logged in to reply to this topic About the author susan Has 1 Article CURRENT ISSUE NEWSLETTER 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

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  • Bipolar Support for Dual Diagnosis | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    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 366 Views Dual Diagnosis Search for Home Bipolar Support Group Topics Dual Diagnosis Bipolar Support for Dual Diagnosis Start your own reply to or read discussions relating to living with bipolar disorder and the topic of dual diagnosis or substance abuse Articles and blog posts relating to the diagnosis or misdiagnosis of bipolar disorder and how it pertains to treatment This forum contains 32 topics and 94 replies and was last updated by nikita 12 hours 7 minutes ago Start Your Own Discussion Discussions Voices Posts dual diagnosis I have been diagnosed bipolar 15 years ago Recently looking at bpd and dealing with menopause Th Started by nikita 1 1 Bipolar Kidney transplant meds Years without hospitalization suddenly the mania hits Hospitalized now that I m Started by cowpals2 3 3 Husband of 26 yrs Undiagnosed Bipolar PD and nobody knows but I have been scanning the forum trying to get the courage to post about my truth and my experience Started by gdb77 3 3 Help I think my 6 year old has bipolar disorder My son just turned 6 the beginning of December and was diagnosed with mild autism when he was just Started by ppowers1124 1 1 BP2 with ADD I was diognosed BP2 just 4 years ago I was in my mid 30 s with 2 small children My entire l Started by taurusgirl 1 1 New Here I am a 24yo marine biologist I have a master s degree and am currently involved in an unpai Started by deserticequeen 3 4 At a Loss I was diagnosed bipolar when I was 16 and have continued to be rediagnosed many times over the year Started by tinker1428 3 7 Dual diagnosis spouse overusing his benzos how do I help My spouse was diagnosed about a year ago In the years prior he battled and came out on the winni Started by tricia2731 3 3 Is there any such thing as a True Self Those of us who have been given the diagnosis of bipolar now know why we re crazy In additio Started by paige14 10 13 Introduction Hi All I m bipolar and a recovering alcoholic Sober for 14 years Started by anonymous 2 3 5 Rapid Cycling BP with Anxiety Hello Needless to say I am a mixed up mess lol I try to keep up a good front qu Started by anonymous 2 4 5 Dual diagnosis and alcoholism Hey guys I hope you take the time to read this I am a third year student at Manchester Metropol Started by anonymous 2 4 4 An Interesting Article Sharing an article in Breaking The Cycles com Started by anonymous 2 3 5 Self medicating with alcohol Today I had one of those days The straw that broke the camel s back was the do Started by anonymous

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  • Why would someone suddenly hate someone they love? - A Discussion About Bipolar | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    was wondering if anyone had any experience of a similar situation to that affecting my brother He has a partner I will call her my sister in law for ease of about ten years who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder a few years ago She has been on medication since that diagnosis It seemed that she was coping with her illness and holds down a high powered job They have children and were a happy loving family A few months ago my sister in law went into a depression There then followed several self harm situations and she was taken into hospital at each of these and released when the risk of self harm was over These hospitalisations were at a private clinic and were on a voluntary basis On the first of these hospitalisations my sister in law confessed to my brother that she had recently cheated on my brother on more than one occasion Although deeply hurt he put this to one side as her recovery was more important During this time my brother was in constant communication with his partner and she continually told him she loved and missed him He was holding family life at home together and shielding the children from the crisis Following the final self harm episode my sister in law seemed to change She became furious with my brother and from that moment things went downhill She blamed him for the whole depressive episode and claimed it was because she didn t feel wanted by him She has also discarded any long term close friends that do not agree with her and cut off ties with the rest of our family I would add that prior to this we had all got on well with her and had been close She now hates my brother has involved a solicitor and is aggressively filing for separation and his removal from the family home as she claims his presence is causing her mental stress She has accused him of being abusive and made distorted and untruthful allegations He has reached the point where he can take no more and has been forced to appoint a lawyer to protect himself and go through the separation process The situation is even more strange as she seems to appear normal in many aspects and is back at work Those of us that have known her for a long time know that she is not the same person We are all struggling to understand why this personality change is not obvious to the medical professionals involved I would appreciate any useful comments February 13 2016 at 5 05 pm 148127 nikita Participant To me this sound like classic borderline personality disorder which is often misdiagnosed as bipolar I have both February 14 2016 at 4 21 am 148170 soconfused Participant Thank you for responding Nikita I would say she definitely has bipolar disorder as she has shown me articles about bipolar and says that is how she feels

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  • Bipolar Support for Partners | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Writers Magazine Current Issue Archived Issues Customer Service Print Digital Subscription Buy Past Issues Frequently Asked Questions Digital Subscriber Access Page Subscribe 45768 Views Partners Search for Home Bipolar Support Group Topics Partners Bipolar Support for Partners Start your own reply to or read discussions relating to living with a spouse or partner with bipolar disorder This forum contains 426 topics and 1 496 reply and was last updated by soconfused 1 hour 16 minutes ago Start Your Own Discussion Discussions Voices Posts Why would someone suddenly hate someone they love I was wondering if anyone had any experience of a similar situation to that affecting my brother Started by soconfused 2 3 Where do I start I have followed posts on this forum on and off for years as needs have dictated but I never signed Started by enough 2 2 Need help coping barely surviving I m not sure I can survive this marriage much longer My husband and I have been together for Started by pinkunicorn 4 6 Help required for confused dumped partner Hi As my name suggests Im not experienced in dealing with this much I have been seeing someone fo Started by newhere 2 3 He is bipolar I am bipolar He has severe bipolar I mania PTSD major depressive disorder I have depression bipolar 2 and Started by liann906 2 2 New here new diagnosed partner leaving me This is my first post My boyfriend of 8 years was diagnosed with BP2 6 months ago It was clear Started by comet 4 15 Outburst drove my boyfriend to take a break but I m scared i can t change Hello everyone over the past year I was faced with all kind of obstacles I was given wrong medic Started by catcity 1 1 Struggling with BP2 partner s moods outbursts I am struggling so much with my partner s moods anger irritability outbursts and generally Started by clementine 4 4 Is this signs of a crash Really need answers Hello hope everyone one is well This past year I have reconnected with a past boyfriend and we fo Started by lovingabp 3 3 I want to be the one he has fun with Hi I m new to this forum and fairly new to bipolar My husband got diagnosed 3 years ago we Started by bear88 2 3 How to handle feeling needy I m not sure what is going on with me lately but I feel so impatient and needy I am back in Started by ginger 3 5 Opionions about the Walk On EggshellsSyndroms 1 2 Hello everyone This is goodstock For the sake of some of the newer members I hope to get some Started by goodstock 12 28 So confused Hello Everyone I am new here I found the forum because my husband is bipolar and I have been stru Started by newhorizons 2 2 So scared to try again Friends I posted a long vent yesterday but I

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  • Where do I start…? - A Discussion About Bipolar | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Service Print Digital Subscription Buy Past Issues Frequently Asked Questions Digital Subscriber Access Page Subscribe 31 Views Where do I start Home Bipolar Support Group Topics Partners Where do I start Search for Reply to this Discussion Start Your Own Discussion This topic contains 1 reply has 2 voices and was last updated by horseface 10 hours 14 minutes ago February 12 2016 at 11 00 pm 148059 enough Participant I have followed posts on this forum on and off for years as needs have dictated but I never signed up or considered posting until now My husband is bipolar I and we have been together for over 30 years It s a bit complicated what with BP isn t but essentially we got his diagnosis after we d been together 10 years We ve been through 2 depressive and 5 manic episodes Most of the time he is hypomanic which is difficult enough to deal with It has been far from easy but we have been able to make it work although honestly it has taken a huge toll on me emotionally and physically His episodes although thankfully not frequent seem to be getting increasingly worse and his overall behavior in the interval between episodes is more and more intolerable Is this typical The walking on eggshells is a constant part of daily life now and when he is manic the venomous words directed at me are so hurtful The crazy spending and poor judgement and irresponsible behaviors are definitively a problem but it is the personal attakcs on me that make it so difficult It was not like this in his earlier episodes and I don t know if this is what the future holds In earlier episodes he would defer to my judgement when a spiral was starting and would go seek additional help Now I am simply a controlling person there has been a definite shift I am no longer his ally but seen to be his enemy Even once the worst has passed he still blames me for everything he is fine and I am the one with the problem Obviously we have been through a lot together over the years and he is a good person but the way he increasingly destroys me has become intolerable Is this simply the progression of things Has anyone else out there been in a long term relationship with a BP spouse and can offer advice Will things ever improve or will they continue to deteriorate February 13 2016 at 7 24 pm 148144 horseface Participant It sounds to me like he is not taking the medicine he should be taking My husband is also bp and if he does not take the prescribed dose he gets very irritable and the smallest thing can set him off on an angry yelling spree where I am not allowed to say anything just have to listen and take it I have experienced all that you said about walking on eggshells

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