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Julie A. Fast
Do you love someone with Bipolar Disorder? Relationships create opportunities for happiness, love, and support during the tough times. If you love someone with Bipolar Disorder, you already know the challenges faced by the person with the illness. Here are a few strategies to help turn bipolar disorder from a struggle to simply an illness that can bring a couple closer together.
The following is part two of an article from Julie A. Fast, the author of Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder. Click here to read part one if you missed the post. In today’s post, Julie concludes her thoughts on how learning about bipolar and creating a space in life for love and joy outside of the illness can actually strengthen the bonds of a relationship.
The following is part one of an article from Julie A. Fast, the author of Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder. In today’s post, Julie gives realistic and positive ideas for a joyful Valentine’s Day when a partner has bipolar disorder. Part two of the article will arrive along with a special webinar from Julie where she discusses exactly how to put the ideas in this article into action.
Julie is the author of Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder, Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder, Get it Done When You’re Depressed and The Health Cards Treatment System for Bipolar Disorder.
Congratulations on your diagnosis. I know! Most people don’t send out a party announcement when they hear they have bipolar disorder, so I am congratulating you for being so honest and open about having this illness.