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Travelling is not a Vacation from Bipolar Disorder

Most people look forward to their vacation—and with good reason. Vacations are a much-needed break from the demands and stress of everyday life. But some things you just can’t get away from. Bipolar disorder is one of those things.

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When Your Mom is Better Than Your Therapist

I’ve had a number of therapists over the years—counsellors, social workers, psychologists, family doctors, and psychiatrists. Some were good, some were not so good. What makes a good therapist? The answer to that question is probably different for everyone. I think the ideal therapist is someone who takes the time to know you. To understand you. They are someone you can trust and open up to with your inner-most thoughts and feelings. For me, a good therapist also has to have knowledge of bipolar disorder and what that means for me.

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