bp Magazine for Bipolar

Two Keys To Joining The “Thrive Tribe”

In an effort to combat the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health conditions, I’ve been writing and speaking publicly about my experiences with bipolar disorder for nearly a decade. In that time, I have encountered countless others who share my condition.

Among them, several struggle, some manage, and others thrive. Granted, nearly all of us living with bp struggle, manage, and thrive at different points in our lives, but some of

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