I Need My Medication – Do You?
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by Johnny
1w ago
*Photo by Polina Tankilevitch I mainly advocate for bipolar disorder on X (formerly Twitter). I have all kinds of discussions and interactions each day. Recently, I discussed with a gentleman about the use of medication in the management of bipolar disorder. That is what I’d like to talk about today. “I Don’t Need Medication” That is what I quickly learned about this individual. He told me, paraphrased, that he didn’t need medication. In his next breath, he said I didn’t either and neither does anyone else. He went on to bash modern medicine, specifically psychiatry. This is familiar territory ..read more
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Comic Book Collecting 101 – How To Start A Comic Book Collection For Beginners
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by Johnny
2w ago
*This article contains affiliate links. That means you support The Bipolar Battle, Inc. with each purchase, and there is no added cost to you. To learn more, you can read our Disclosures. Comic book collecting for me started at a young age. I began collecting comic books in the 1980s and continued into the 1990s. When I first told my son this, he said, “Daddy, you’re so old that you lived in another century?” Oh, the mind of a child. To give you a bit of perspective… The time in the ’80s and ’90s was before all the superhero movies—you know, the craze we see today. Yes, we had the origin ..read more
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World Bipolar Day
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by Johnny
3w ago
Van Gogh is a painter whose birthday is on March 30th of each year. He is well known for having manic depression, now known as bipolar disorder, and painting such famous masterpieces as “Starry Night.” World Bipolar Day To commemorate Van Gogh’s birthday, The International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF) has adopted his day “World Bipolar Day.” The mission of the IBPF is similar to The Bipolar Battle, Inc. The IBPF, “empowers individuals living with bipolar disorder and their caregivers by providing advocacy, education, support, awareness-fostering a caring community and stigma-free world where ment ..read more
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Lisa Gardner Review: My New Favorite Author
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by Johnny
3w ago
*This article contains affiliate links. That means you support The Bipolar Battle, Inc. with each purchase, and there is no added cost to you. To learn more, you can read our Disclosures. Finding a book that I enjoy reading has always been difficult for me. Since my concentration is almost non-existent, I can only get through a book if it flows smoothly and seamlessly. That is why finding an author I enjoy reading is difficult. This brought me to author Lisa Gardner. Recently, my wife and I traveled to the local Goodwill in Fort Collins, Colorado. She had previously mentioned Lisa Gardner ..read more
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How You Can Improve Your Mental Health With These Simple Steps
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by Johnny
1M ago
The big question is, “How can you improve your mental health?” In recent years, there has been a lot of discussion surrounding mental health. Now, more than ever, people realize that taking care of yourself is not solely about your physical well-being, but also about your mind. In this article, I would like to share how to improve your mental health. It is easier than you think. You’ll be able to implement strategies now—today. So let’s get to it. The COVID-19 Pandemic And The Decline Of Mental Health When COVID-19 hit, no one was prepared for its far-reaching impact. COVID-19 uprooted lives ..read more
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Beginner’s Guide How To Lift Weights And Eat Healthy
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by Johnny
1M ago
Lifting weights, or resistance training, is a form of exercise that everyone can benefit from. Personally, I love weight lifting and I make sure to get my workout in each day (with interspersed recovery days, of course). Some benefits associated with lifting weights include: Increased energy. Improved mood. Better sleep. Decreased cravings for certain foods. Muscle growth. Sharper memory, and more. Whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle mass, tone up, or better both your mental and physical health, lifting weights can get you there. If you are a newbie, you may wonder how to get starte ..read more
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Mile High Comics – The Mecca Of All Comic Book Stores
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by Johnny
2M ago
On January 27, 2024, my son joined me in attending his first in-person comic book auction in Denver, Colorado, at Mile High Comics. We drove down to Denver from Fort Collins, and I was so excited about the road trip. We arrived at the auction in the nick of time. BatmanInside Mile High ComicsStairs up to Chuck’s officeIron ManBatman and DeadpoolSentinel inside Mile High ComicsAuction Chuck, the founder of Mile High Comics, ran the auction. The entire experience brought me back to when I was a kid and attended comic book auctions. It made it even more special that I could share the experience w ..read more
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Ultimate Guide How To Advocate For Yourself
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by Johnny
2M ago
Living with a chronic illness like bipolar disorder is exhausting and sometimes overwhelming. This is especially true if you proactively manage your illness. It takes an enormous amount of time and energy to take steps to manage each day. This is something that someone who isn’t living with bipolar disorder can’t fully grasp. That being said, you need to be your own best advocate. After all, you are the one battling bipolar disorder and walking in your own shoes every day. Today, I’d like to share some ways to advocate for yourself. They have helped me tremendously and I hope they do the same ..read more
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My Advocating Projects
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by Johnny
3M ago
I apologize but the content of this post is under construction The post My Advocating Projects first appeared on The Bipolar Battle, Inc ..read more
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The Ultimate Gift Guide For What To Give Those Living With Bipolar Disorder
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by Johnny
3M ago
Sorry for the inconvenience. This post is being updated. The post The Ultimate Gift Guide For What To Give Those Living With Bipolar Disorder first appeared on The Bipolar Battle, Inc ..read more
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