Those of us who are fortunate enough to live in the developed world have access to a high standard of mental health care. Yes, it’s not always perfect, and in some systems our financial situation may preclude access to the full range of available treatments. But just imagine if you will, living in the Democratic … More Bipolar In North Korea: A Frightening Prospect?
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By JD Schramm* In my TED Talk, I acknowledged for the first time that, in 2003, I tried to end my life. I wanted to share this in a public setting because 19 out of 20 people who attempt suicide will fail — and those that make the difficult decision…
‘Mindfulness is either on the cusp of something great, or risks becoming the latest self-help fad to perish from oversimplification. It has, without a doubt, improved my functioning with bipolar disorder‘. So says mindfulness practitioner and teacher George Hoffman in an article published on PsychCentral. Mindfulness comes in many shapes and sizes depending on the form taken. … More Practising Mindfulness: Keep It Simple!