how to help a loved one with bipolar disorder

How To Help A Loved One With Bipolar Disorder

While people of all ages can have bipolar disorder, most people first experience symptoms in their mid-20s. Bipolar disorder causes significant mood disturbances, making it difficult to understand how to help a loved one with bipolar disorder. Since bipolar disorder requires medications to regulate and control, regular visits to a psychiatrist are an essential part…

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What is dialectical behavior therapy?

What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy?

Overcoming substance abuse isn’t easy. It usually requires professional intervention with tools such as detox and mental health services to address associated issues. One common technique is dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). DBT is a therapeutic approach that empowers you to learn new, healthy behaviors to replace old, harmful ones. If you’re still wondering, “What is…

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Our Art Room

My classroom is busy and kind of loud sometimes; people walking in and out, questions, instructions, laughter, donuts and cookies. Sometimes paint gets on the floor, sometimes water jars spill. We run out of paint, brushes become used too much, and every once in a while, someone adds too much water to their brush, and…

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Parents Need Self Care

As the parents of an addict, when life was in complete turmoil, we sought professional counseling. To this day, I am so glad we did. Someone once told me to get help before you need it, that was referring to marriage, but we applied it with our son. All parents want to believe what their…

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