Abingdon
Bipolar UK
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4d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. The format of the meetings vary, but you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself, say how you are feeling using the Bipolar UK mood scale and may listen to an invited speaker. The groups are organised and facilitated by volunteers who are affected by bipolar in some way. If you would like to join the Abingdon online (Zoom ..read more
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Hypersexuality as a symptom of bipolar
Bipolar UK
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4d ago
16 May 2024 Researchers highlight the importance of hypersexuality as a symptom of bipolar disorder in ‘The Lancet Psychiatry’ New research highlighted today in ‘The Lancet Psychiatry’ conducted by leading mental health charity, Bipolar UK, shows that hundreds of thousands of people in the UK could be experiencing periods of hypersexual behaviour and taking risks with potentially life-changing consequences. With over an estimated one million people living with bipolar in the UK, a Bipolar Commission survey of more than 1500 people found that 88% of survey respondents had experienced the sympto ..read more
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*National Support Group
Bipolar UK
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5d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. Discussion can be wide-ranging, exploring self-management and support. The National support group is available to anyone affected by bipolar who is unable to attend a local support group for any reason. If you would like to join the National online (Zoom) support meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at (12.30pm-1.30pm), please&nbs ..read more
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Tenby
Bipolar UK
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5d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. The format of the meetings vary, but you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself, say how you are feeling using the Bipolar UK mood scale and may listen to an invited speaker. The groups are organised and facilitated by volunteers who are affected by bipolar in some way. If you would like to join the Tenby online (Zoom) sup ..read more
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Wrexham
Bipolar UK
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5d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. The format of the meetings vary, but you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself, say how you are feeling using the Bipolar UK mood scale and may listen to an invited speaker. The groups are organised and facilitated by volunteers who are affected by bipolar in some way. If you would like to join the Wrexham online (Zoom) s ..read more
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Banbury
Bipolar UK
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6d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. The format of the meetings vary, but you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself, say how you are feeling using the Bipolar UK mood scale and may listen to an invited speaker. The groups are organised and facilitated by volunteers who are affected by bipolar in some way. If you would like to join the Banbury online (Zoom) s ..read more
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Kind2Mind Appeal 2024
Bipolar UK
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6d ago
Would you like to double your donation and support Bipolar UK’s lifesaving work? Today, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we launch our ‘Kind to Mind’ appeal in partnership with the ‘Big Give’. The campaign runs from Tuesday 14 May until midday Tuesday 28 May All funds* will be match-funded to help us reach our target of £5,000 *to the value of £2500 Please use the button below to make a donation to the ‘Big Give’ appeal in order to ensure your gift is match-funded.  Donate now Please only make a donation if you are well and able to. The importance of peer support Bipolar ..read more
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Cwmbran
Bipolar UK
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6d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. The format of the meetings vary, but you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself, say how you are feeling using the Bipolar UK mood scale and may listen to an invited speaker. The groups are organised and facilitated by volunteers who are affected by bipolar in some way. If you would like to join the Cwmbran online (Zoom) s ..read more
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Bridgend
Bipolar UK
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6d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. The format of the meetings vary, but you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself, say how you are feeling using the Bipolar UK mood scale and may listen to an invited speaker. The groups are organised and facilitated by volunteers who are affected by bipolar in some way. If you would like to join the Bridgend online (Zoom ..read more
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Dolgellau
Bipolar UK
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6d ago
Our support groups are free and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. If you don't have a confirmed diagnosis and want to find out about bipolar, and related conditions such as cyclothymia, you are also welcome. The format of the meetings vary, but you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself, say how you are feeling using the Bipolar UK mood scale and may listen to an invited speaker. The groups are organised and facilitated by volunteers who are affected by bipolar in some way. If you would like to join the Dolgellau online (Zoom ..read more
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