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Four years ago I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In that one moment my entire life changed as I knew it. For years I had been diagnosed as having Major Depressive Disorder. I never once dreamt that I would end up with a bipolar disorder diagnosis. I swore up and down that I did not have bipolar disorder. It wasn't until I educated myself and learned as much as I could about this illness. With that information, I knew I was armed to fight it! I now have come to a place where not only do I accept my illness, but I'm reaching out to other parents who have bipolar disorder as well.
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Dance with Bipolar is a radio show that views Bipolar Disorder from a positive perspective with uplifting appeal. People from all over the country call in with questions that relate to Bipolar Disorder. Tonight’s topics include:advocating for your wellness; and finding available resources.
Meg Dog (Bipolar peer specialist) and Doc (individual and family psychologist) invite you to dance with spirit of Bipolar to learn, live and love.
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As a part of her Dance with Bipolar, blog talk-radio series, Dr. Cathy Reimers (Doc) and Bipolar peer specialist, Meg Dog discuss the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on bipolar disorder. Studies have indicated that many people who have been diagnosed with bipolar also meet the criteria for PTSD. How are they related? If you struggle with both bipolar and PTSD could your depression get worse? Doc and Meg Dog answer these questions and any other questions that our “live callers” may have. Doc says: “Trauma is never pretty.” Meg Dog responds: “Ya, it’s pretty ugly.”
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Dance With Bipolar is a radio show that views bipolar from a positive perspective with uplifting appeal. We have people from all over the county call in with questions that relate to bipolar disorder. Topics may include: the meaning of recovery; being a good parent when having depression or manic symptoms; determining how much to reveal your diagnoses to your employer; knowing when to ask for help; balancing relationships and your diagnoses; managing medication; advocating for your wellness and finding the available resources.
Join Meg Dog (bipolar peer specialist) and Doc, (individual and family psychologist) invite you to dance with spirit of bipolar to learn, live and love.
We have two callesr: Kathy from Canada, and Will from NJ. Meg Dog has rock star status in this episode.
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Dance With Bipolar is a new radio show that views bipolar from a positive perspective. Bipolar as in dance has many different rhythms. Bipolar has chemical, sleep, and mood rhythms which all effect behavior. The purpose of the show is to help those who have bipolar disorder to embrace bipolar in a positive ways by utilizing problem solving, mindfulness and truth to develop new rhythms of behavior. This show is also for friends and family members to understand bipolar rhythms and learn to interact in positive ways to strengthen relationships. Meg Dog (Bipolar Specialist) and Doc, (Family Psychologist) invite you to dance with spirit of bipolar to learn, live and love.
Listen to our caller, Nancy from Florida. It's pretty juicy I'd say!
J. John Mann, MD, Director of Research and Director of Molecular Imaging and the Neuropathology Division at the New York State Psychiatric Institute
Elizabeth Sublette, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, and Director of the MIND Research Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute
Bipolar Disorder is one of the top ten causes of medical disability and mortality in the World. Developing more effective and more rapidly acting treatments, especially for the depression phase which is the most debilitating, depends on a better understanding of the causes of bipolar disorders. This blog radio talk by two of Columbia University’s experts on bipolar disorder will describe the latest results from brain imaging studies and regulation of the body’s inflammatory defenses. It will explain how these findings can lead to new treatment approaches and diagnostic tools.
For more information on treatment for bipolar disorder, and to learn about research opportunities, please visit our division’s website at www.columbiapsychiatry.org/mind or call us at 646-774-7560.
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Dance With Bipolar is a new radio blog series that views bipolar from a positive perspective. The name of blog was chosen for two reasons: 1. Similar to the contestants who put forth much effort to perform in the TV hit show Dancing With the Stars, those with bipolar and their effort put forth are “stars” every day of their lives to survive the hurt from people who don’t understand them and the deep pain from the illness itself. 2. Similar to dance, bipolar has many different rhythms such as chemical, sleep, and mood rhythms which all effect behavior. The purpose of the show is to embrace bipolar in a positive ways by utilizing problem solving, mindfulness and truth to develop new rhythms of behavior. This show is also for friends and family members to understand bipolar rhythms and learn to interact in positive ways to strengthen relationships. Meg Dog, Bipolar Specialist, and Doc, a NJ psychologist, invite you to dance with spirit of bipolar to learn, live and love. And believe, “ You are a star to survive your worst day, and we are all grateful that you did.”
Listen in with our caller from texas. There is lot of beef to this show!
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Welcome to Dance with Mental Health with Meg Dog and Doc Reimers, psychologist in NJ. Dance With Mental Health is a talk show that looks at various mental health diagnoses in positive ways. When you "dance with your mental health condition" you are taking the right steps to move towards emotional healing with acceptance at every turn. The next few episodes are dedicated to helping you and your family members get off to a new start this year regardless of your diagnosis. It’s time to take a personal inventory, review some of the problems you had last year and find new strategies to resolve the issues. New Year Resolutions are only helpful if we can see where we came from (the mistakes we have made) so we can have a better direction of where we are heading. Call us and find your way. “If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere,” a quote by Frank Clark and Doc says, “You have to trip a few times to stay steady on your feet and that is the dance with mental health”!
Please join Health Educator & Life Coach, Erica Haray-Butcher, as she talks with Author & Advocate, Morgan Molthrop, on living fully with bipolar disorder.
Morgan lives an incredibly full life, with a diverse career, which has included Wall Street consulting, editorial assisting for a large publisher, law school, teaching at NYU, modeling, and executive leadership. He's moved back home to New Orleans, and advocates on behalf of his hometown to local leaders, promotes New Orleans on social media, and speaks to corporate groups about Louisiana's unique history. Morgan also launched his first book in September- Andrew Jackson's Playbook: 15 Strategies for Success.
While Morgan has lived his life, he's also learned how to manage bipolar disorder. His story will inspire and offer hope to others with the disorder, and to those with loved ones diagnosed with this illness. Please note that this week- October 5th - 11th, 2014 is Mental Health Awareness Week, and October 10th is National Bipolar Awareness Day.
For more information about Erica, please visit www.CatchGoodHealth.com. And remember- good health is contagious...pass it on!
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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 conference. She was named the second most influential online depression writer by Sharecare.com. Natasha and I will be discussing Bipolar disorder and ADHD. She will be talking about her own diagnosis with bipolar disorder, and how she has learned to embrace this, and approach it from a positive place. We will also be discussing tips for enlightening us to be able to understand what bipolar disorder is, and the best way to treat it. Natasha will also discuss Mindfulness, and how it has changed her life!
On this episode of the Alex Cardinale Show, Alex Cardinale will be speaking about Bipolar illness. Biopolar Illness affects many people all over the United States and the world! Alex has bipolar and is no shock! Bipolar is a very bad illness that can eventually lead to suicide and even death if it is not treated right away!
Topics for this show:
What is Bipolar?
What are the syptomps for bipolar?
Plenty of Info on Bipolar
Alex's personal story on bipolar
Please call in at 1 347-989-8142 to discuss what you deal to help with your bipolar, when you were dignosed, and more!
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