If you’re here you’ve already made a decision to learn more about your bipolar condition (or someone else’s). I’m going to show you step-by-step how to make some changes that can lead to huge improvements in your quality of life and your interactions with other people.
I’m a person that was diagnosed with bipolar and embarked on a journey of self discovery beginning in 2015. While I’m not cured as such I have made a massive leap forward, my ups and downs are much less intense, don’t last nearly as long and are far less frequent. For the first time in many years I’m feeling fairly stable and have some control over my life.
Now, there’s some good news and some bad news. The good news is that I’m going to show you the quickest way forward and give you some tips that, if followed, can lead to positive changes in just a few weeks or months. The bad news is that you’ll have to put in some effort to make these changes a reality. However, if I can do it then you can do it too!
Too many websites and books talk about just managing your symptoms. I want to help you to make permanent long term changes and create strong coping mechanisms so that you will have far fewer symptoms in the long run. In essence, prevention of future episodes is better than trying to cure each one.
Who is this site aimed at?
- People that experience Bipolar Disorder I, II, cyclothymia and other combinations
- Family and friends of people that experience bipolar
- Helpers and carers
- Medical professionals that would like first hand knowledge of successful treatment so they can minimise the use of medication.