Life Span and Bipolar Disorder

What’s the average lifespan of someone with bipolar disorder? Now that I’m in my 60s, and now that I’ve lived with the diagnosis for nearly three decades, I wonder if I’ll live as long as others without the disorder. According to research, probably not. When predicting lifespan, or longevity, researchers take some baseline perfectly healthy... Continue Reading →

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Targeting and Labeling those with Mental Illness will not prevent Mass Shootings

So now, according to the Washington Post, the Trump Administration is “…considering a controversial proposal to study whether mass shootings could be prevented by monitoring mentally ill people for small changes that might foretell violence. The following is an excerpt from a well respected psychiatrist I keep wondering how many times the White House will scapegoat... Continue Reading →

Codependency for Dummies Cheat Sheet

This post was inspired by Darlene Lacey of Dummies.com If you wonder whether you may be codependent, you’re not alone. Different types of people may behave in a codependent manner, and codependence manifests in varying degrees of severity. Not all codependents are unhappy, while others live in pain or quiet desperation. Codependency is not something... Continue Reading →

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