Style Magazine | El Dorado County Foothills Cause & Effect Bipolar Insights Offering Hope, Teaching Dignity Excerpt: When we commit to call ourselves someone’s friend, we sign up to carry one another’s burdens. Few people understand that better than Marcia Rose. Her best friend, James, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and when he wanted to start a support group...Read More
Raffle Fundraiser for Bipolar Insights Educational Center Coming together, sharing together, working together, and succeeding together Drawing will take place on Monday, August 25, 2014 Tickets are $5 for 3 tickets or $10 for 7 tickets You do not need to be present to win Raffle tickets available at groupPurchase online (coming soon) Winning Prizes Studio B Hair...Read More
Mark your calendar for Bipolar Insights Sixteen “SWEET!” Anniversary Pool & Picnic July 26, 2014 RSVP by July 1st – Marcia Rosetrust@bipolarinsights.com 530-642-0859 * * * EVERYONE IS WELCOME * * *BRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS The gathering will be held at the home of Charles and Brenda Dayton 102 Tidepool Court, Folsom 95630 Click for directions RSVP by July...Read More
Our second Mountain Democrat column has been published this year (April 28, 2014) ~ “What Does Bipolar Disorder Look Like?” ~ written by Marcia Rose. Before we look at what bipolar disorder looks like, let’s determine what it does not look like. Individuals with bipolar disorder do not drool, bang their heads against the wall or have a sign on their forehead that reads,...Read More
Bipolar Insights is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation located in the city of Placerville. Bipolar Insights is unique in that we care not only for those who are diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but we also reach out to family, friends, and the community. We help educate people affected by bipolar disorder, through our low-cost educational center, counseling, and literature.
“You don’t look like a person with bipolar disorder?” Well, what exactly does a person with bipolar disorder look like? Do they have that far away look, drool, bump into walls, or are their faces distorted in some way? Individuals with bipolar disorder are male, female, children, and teens.
Being self-aware allows you to distinguish between symptoms of bipolar disorder, your personality, dysfunction, coping skills, and learned behavior.
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“Bipolar Insights: What Does Bipolar Disorder Look Like?” * April 28, 2014: Bipolar Insights second Mountain Democrat column, written by Marcia Rose, co-founder and facilitator of Bipolar Insights, published this year. The Mountain Democrat is a Northern California newspaper publication. Click here to read more.
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