Current Bipolar News


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Here are the news headlines:

Pathophysiologic Differences Evident Between Schizophrenia, Bipolar
DO> Great article, take a look.

Police Better Equipped To Handle Behavioral Health Problems
DO> They sure better be, don’t you think?

Time To Talk Straight About Mental Illness, Says Advocate
DO> Of course it is, this isn’t new is it?

Memory Generalization Impaired In Psychosis Disorders
DO> Do you think so?

Reproductive Stage Progression Linked To Worsening Bipolar Disorder
DO> Wow, very interesting, take a look.

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  1. Hi David,
    I enjoy your emails – they give me insight to so many forms of bipolar disorders. My experience actually started with a girlfriend who joined the company I was working with at the time. We became good friends and along with her boyfriend and mine double dated many times and after we married as well. The first sign of her illness occured after she had the first baby. Which they took as post-partum blues. It took many years along with hospitalizations, many shock treatments and trials of medications to finally diagnos her with bipolar. We remained close even though they moved to another state. I was fully aware of everything that was going on in her complicated life. She had episodes in between the years, including threats of suicide, but the next one, after the 2nd baby, was awful. She was again hospitalized. Later that year they moved again into a new home which they purchased and later lost and then divorced 2 years after. She remarried, had another episode putting her in the hospital, but this time they tried lithium, with stabilizing meds that seemed to work for a while until the 2nd divorce. Her worldwin carried on with her the rest of her life. She finally lost her battle, not with bipolar but cancer. I greatly miss her. I gained a lot of knowledge about the condition and was able to help me somewhat when bipolar became my nightmare with my own hsuband. But that’s another story.
    Thanks for listening.

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