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Twelve bipolar GIF’s

Bipolar disorder and physical illness

These bipolar GIF’s are here to encourage people who have a mental illness.  I am showing you a window into my heart through these silly graphics.  You can look at these GIF’s which describe my bipolar 1 with psychotic features,…
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Unmotivated bipolar

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I love this pin with Snoopy from the Peanuts demonstrating unmotivated bipolar.  This pin I chose from Pinterest, is a perfect illustration explaining one of bipolar’s worst symptoms.  Lack of motivation. Unmotivated bipolar – what it looks like It never fails,…
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Life Conquering is now an “Award Winning Blog”

Top 100 Bipolar Blog

CONGRATS are in order for Life Conquering Blog for Mental Illness!  I have been accepted into the Top 100 Bipolar Disorder Blogs.  Please visit the website at https://blog.feedspot.com/bipolar_disorder_blogs/.  Life Conquering Blog is #73.  I want to thank all my Followers for…
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Syncing life’s ups and downs with my own mental illness ups and downs

mental illness ups and downs

I apologize for not blogging sooner, but life’s ups and downs provided hurdles to me being able to manage my mental illness for the second half of January. Believe me, I had good intentions towards blogging. The past two to…
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Mental health blog expanding its resources

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Mental Health Blog I have added onto Life Conquering’s resources that it offers.  All of these resources are in line with the organization’s mission statement.  The mission statement of this mental health blog is to encourage those people who have a…
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How do you deal with a bipolar brain that is made of Laffy Taffy?

bipolar Laffy Taffy

Bipolar can be fickle Well, this morning has been successful in one way and a total failure in another in bipolar land.  I was able to type a draft last night for Blasting News where I am a contributing author. …
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Ultra-rapid cycling bipolar – a day in the life

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The rapid cycling disorder has characteristically four or more affective mood episodes yearly; whereas ultra-rapid cycling (which I have) is basically when the mood variances occur more frequently.  The bipolar ultra-rapid cycling phases for me can last as little as…
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