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By Mamotladi Ivy Matloga

 My name is Ivy Matloga and I am a public servant and an author. My brother lives and copes with a mental illness. I just released a novel, a work of fiction, inspired by my brother’s illness and the observations I have made, as well as opinions formed as I grew up around my brother and fellow villagers who lived with various forms of mental...
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Redefining Success

July 24, 2017

By: Megan Malfi

Check out Redefining Success Part 2, here!For more vlogs from Megan Malfi, check out the playlist here.  
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By: Allison Strong

  A year ago, I wrote about Zen, Mindfulness and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).DBT is an update on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy—both written by Marsha M Linehan, Ph D. Originally, DBT was strictly for the treatment of borderline personality disorder, a condition for which there is no medicine. Today it’s applied much more...
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By: Scott Walker

 

Check out our latest vlog by IBPF vlogger, Scott Walker!
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You don’t want anxiety to win, but let’s face it; sometimes it happens. I say don’t be hard on yourself when it does.Anxiety and bipolar disorder seem to really like each other- a lot. Or at least that's what my experience has been. Anxiety came first; a precursor to bipolar disorder.I struggled with anxiety and panic attacks and was treated with...
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By Megan Malfi

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I have been very excited about sharing my recent remission story with the world. I have bipolar disorder, PTSD, and ADHD. I have struggled all of my life to some degree. Traumatic events involving my family a few years ago sent me into a tailspin, and for over a year, I experienced an intense psychotic mania which left me living on the street....
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My Pharmacy and Me

June 22, 2017

By Janet Coburn

You may think that your psychiatrist and your psychotherapist constitute your treatment team. You can add your caregiver, your bipolar friends, and your online groups and call them your support system. But there's one person you've left out. One who can be vital in getting the care and help you need.Your pharmacist.My pharmacist – indeed, all the...
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By Megan Shultz

I have Bipolar Disorder.  At the end of January 2016 I finished a course of 15 ECT treatments for a severe episode of depression.  A couple of weeks after I finished the ECT I started to become very angry and irritable. The mania was setting in. You see, mania isn’t always euphoria, sometimes it’s lashing out at my husband for no reason...
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