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Richard Jarzynka, host of this show, is the author of Blessed with Bipolar. He proclaims that "If you could pick which mental illness to have, bipolar would be the only sane choice." He insists that there are positives to the experience of bipolar - in spite of the agony - and that there are blessings in all suffering.
Richard completed his masters degree in psychology from Duquesne University while he was involuntarily committed to a psych ward. He later attended law school on a full, merit-
I cracked-up - for the first time - three weeks prior to completing my Masters Degree in Psychology. 20 years later, I say, "If you could pick which mental illness to have, Bipolar would be the only sane choice."
Be Informed, Be Entertained, Be Inspired: Be Blessed with Bipolar!
If you could pick which mental illness to have, bipolar would be the only sane choice!
Richard Jarzynka (Ya'Zhynka) has bipolar disorder, hosts this show, and insists that he has been blessed with bipolar. He discusses not only ways to overcome bipolar, but how to use the symptoms for success. He operates a bipolar support group on Facebook and speaks to groups about living successfully with bipolar.
The show also informs, entertains, and inspires on the subjects of Christianity, politics,
We are here to listen and learn from one another. Please call in and know that there is no judgement passed on this program and we all know what eachother are dealing with battling these illnesses on a daily basis. I hope this is just the kick off to a great new program and outlet to help those suffering have alternative options and new ideas to help them grow and have better understanding of this disorder. Thank you and enjoy.
Is the stigma of mental illness decreasing?
I am NOT a survivor of bipolar disorder.
Messing Up Everything - a chapter of my book, Blessed with Bipolar.
Pittsburgh Pirates win two in a row over fist-place Atlanta Braves.
And anything else that captures my bipolar imagination on the spur of the moment.
The show is always a celebration of thriving with bipolar, but I wasn't feeling so "thriving" for a couple of days last week. It was hard to remember that blessings don't always feel good. Somebody reminded me of my own words, "This too shall pass." Thanks, Marilu, it did.
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Please join me this coming Sunday, January 5, 2014, as I welcome to the show Natasha Tracy.She is an award-winning writer and speaker from the Pacific Northwest. She specializes in writing about bipolar disorder, depression, pharmacology, and other mental health issues. Her expertise has been sought after by academics and reporters, she is to be featured in an upcoming documentary on bipolar disorder, and she has been a speaker at the National Council Mental Health and Addictions conferenc
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