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Self-Management: An Important Part of Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

on November 2, 2018   |    No Comments

Despite the best available treatments, relapse rates for bipolar disorder remain high, contributing to significant morbidity and mortality. Self-management is increasingly recognised as a cornerstone of effective treatment, empowering individuals to take an active role in managing their condition and improving their quality of life (Morton et al., 2018). Bipolar … Read more

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Celebrating Life with Bipolar Disorder

on October 18, 2018   |    2 Comments

This year will mark the twentieth anniversary of my one and only manic episode with severe psychotic symptoms. And now, I’m sincerely asking myself if I shouldn’t celebrate this significant milestone of my young life. After all, I’m only 74 years old! Eh why not? Hasn’t living well with bipolar … Read more

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BON ANNIVERSAIRE

on October 18, 2018   |    1 Comment

Cette année marquera le vingtième anniversaire de mon unique épisode manique avec symptômes psychotiques. Maintenant, je me demande sérieusement si je ne devrais pas célébrer cette étape importante à mon jeune âge. Après tout, je n’ai que 74 ans! Et pourquoi pas? Ne croyez-vous pas que vivre près de vingt … Read more

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New Psychological Interventions for Bipolar Disorder

on September 27, 2018   |    No Comments

Innovations in adjunctive psychosocial interventions for bipolar disorder Over the past decade, psychosocial interventions have been shown to be effective adjuncts to pharmacotherapy for bipolar disorder (BD). However, effect sizes are not large, mechanisms are poorly understood, and more research is urgently required to improve outcomes for people with BD.  … Read more

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