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What is World Bipolar Day?

World Bipolar Day is celebrated annually on March 30, the birthday of Vincent Van Gogh, who is believed to have had bipolar disorder. World Bipolar Day is a day to remember that those who have bipolar disorder are capable of achieving great things and to remind them that they are not alone, for the general public to learn more about the disorder from people who live with it, and to learn the importance of fighting the stigma associated with bipolar disorder. 

Ways to Participate

Stay tuned for more information regarding World Bipolar Day: March 30th,  2018!

March 30: post your photo or video with our hashtags #WorldBipolarDay #MoreThanADiagnosis and #WBDpic or #WBDvideo - include @intlbipolar on Twitter and we will retweet you.


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Featured Blogs and Articles

Breaking the Stigma Blog by Ron Owens









I Am Much More Than That Blog by Mary Alice Do


Why I Am More Than My Diagnosis Blog by Melanie Luxenberg 








On World Bipolar Day: ‘What I Want the World to Know’ 

Article by Kendal Patterson for Elements Behavioral Health








More Information About Bipolar Disorder

Free Book: Healthy Living with Bipolar Disorder

5 Positives of Living with Bipolar Disorder

10 Ways to Help Someone Who Lives With Bipolar Disorder