Thoughts from One to Another
By: Kristian McElroy
Sometimes when I walk the world I wish you knew me.
I also wish I knew me too.
Only memories plague my mind.
But, the memories don’t tell me who I am or whether I ever knew who I was.
It’s just blank.
I am more than I see.
I am stronger than I think.
I am more knowledgeable and wise than I am aware of.
Relapse…can we really choose the path with which it takes?
By: Kristian McElroy: email@example.com
Removing the Shrapnel
"Don't you dare, for one second, surround yourself with people who are not aware of the greatness that you are."
- Jo Blackwell-Preston
I knew there was a problem when this quote made me cry.
How Journaling Changed Bipolar Disorder for Me
December Lecture with guest speaker, Marlene Nadler-Moodie MSN, APRN, PMHCNS-BC
Ms. Nadler-Moodie is currently in full time, self-employed practice as a consultant to hospitals regarding psychiatric care, regulatory, quality and nursing issues.. In addition she is the Clinical Nurse Specialist at Scripps Mercy Hospital, Behavioral Health Services as she has for the past 17 years. In addition Ms. Nadler-Moodie is a Psychiatric Hospital Surveyor for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and periodically an adjunct professor for National University.
December Webinar with guest speaker, Dr. Mauricio Tohen
Transforming Mental Health Through Leadership and Collaboration -From Clinical Epidemiology to Clinical Trials
December 11th at 8:00am PST
You Can’t Lose!
My name is Carley. I’m very excited to be part of the International Bipolar Foundation blogging team. First, let me tell you a little bit about myself and my story.
January Webinar with Ana Cristina Andreazza, Pharm, PhD
Title: Oxidative Stress and Antioxidants: What is the relevance for bipolar disorder?
Join us for a Webinar on January 17th at 11:00am PST
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
November Webinar with guest speaker, Dr. Ellen Leinbenluft
Bipolar Disorder and Severe Irritability in Youth: Same or Different?
November 13th at 9:00am PST