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How’s it going?
Hey I have to leave super early in the morning so
I had to send this tonight for tomorrow morning.
I was thinking about something today related
to bipolar disorder.
Oh before I tell you that, I have something
funny. If you read my blog, there is a person
that wrote she basically was “appalled
at me.” because of a daily email I wrote
about a lady Carol who wrote me a comment.
If you missed this email, check my blog below
to read it.
If you saw that, what the person who wrote doesn’t
understand is Carol and I have had a whole lot
of email conversations and she admitted to me
that she is not creating a bipolar friendly
environment for her loved one.
Anyway, everyone who has bipolar disorder
who works for me read this woman’s comments.
Even one of my programmers who is from Russia.
He wrote something funny. He said, “David, why
you let someone write bad things about you
on your own site. In my country you can’t write
bad things about someone on his property?”
I don’t know why but that was so funny. I guess
it’s called Freedom of speech. I was kind of
shocked the person was all mad at me. No one else
was and I didn’t get any hate mail or death
threats like I do sometimes. Strange.
Okay on today’s topic which I have
talked about before.
I have several people who work for me who have
bipolar disorder, and I always brag about them,
about how you would never know that they
have the disorder, unless they told you.
Of course, I live in New Jersey, and they
live in other places, all over the map. But I
was wondering about what they look like in
person. I mean, not their looks, but whether
in person, that you can or can’t tell that they
have bipolar disorder.
So that made me think about you and your
loved ones. If there’s almost 11 million people
with bipolar disorder, chances are you know
more than just your loved one with the
disorder. Can you tell or can you NOT tell
just by looking, if someone has bipolar disorder
Interesting question, don’t you think?
See, what made me think about it, too, was
the many emails I’ve gotten from people like
you, asking me about whether “it” is the
bipolar or the loved one, and about whether
they are “faking” it or not. That’s been a real
big issue, according to the emails and calls
So I give it to you. What do you think?
What has been your experience? Can you
tell just by looking, if your loved one
has bipolar disorder or not? If so, what
is it about their behavior that gives them
For those of you who can’t tell, what is
it about your loved one’s behavior
that is different, that doesn’t give them
In my courses and systems,
SUPPORTING AN ADULT WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER?
SUPPORTING A CHILD/TEEN WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER?
HAVE BIPOLAR DISORDER?
I talk about what makes a person stable versus
unstable. Stable people do NOT look like
they have bipolar disorder.
It’s really strange but so many people
write me and say they just want to be
stable but they never do half the things
that lead to stability.
Even bipolar supporters don’t even promote
things that lead to stability.
It confuses me.
I want to know what you think. What do
you think creates stability and a situation
where people can NOT tell someone has
Well, I have to go to bed, but I’m looking forward
to hearing from you!
P.S. Don’t forget to take a look through the
different programs I’ve put together… each one is designed
to help you with a different area of bipolar disorder whether
you have it or you are supporting someone with it.
You can see them all and get the details by visiting:
P.P.S. Check out my F.ree blog with copies of emails
that I have sent in the past and lots of great
information for you:
P.P.P.S Check out my F.ree podcast. Hear me give
mini seminars designed to teach you information
you can’t learn anywhere else.