Our second Mountain Democrat column of 2016 has been published this year (April 25, 2016) ~ “The Tiny Bud” ~ written by Marcia Rose.
Excerpt: “I walk out to my patio taking a deep breath. The air smells wonderful, it is a cool but beautiful day and the mist of rain is in the air. I smile.”
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For both Wayne and Chris, learning that Chris has bipolar disorder was actually a relief. They needed help for something they knew little about; something they didn’t understand; something they knew if they didn’t get help, it would destroy 37 years of marriage. Click to read about this year’s fundraiser …Read More
I saw their eyes, the sadness and helplessness and I found myself saying, “I do not have Bipolar Disorder, I can facilitate the group if you would like.” I didn’t know then what God had in mind, eighteen years later I can.
Click to watch The Next Step: “Building Where You Grow” video with Pastor John Loera, Green Valley Community Church, and Marcia Rose.Read More
A sudden mental health episode can be confusing! It can leave you feeling scared and helpless, whether you are the patient or family member.
Call the Reach Out colleagues at Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center. Let a colleague help you through the initial process and explain what you or your family member are going through.
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Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation located in the city of Placerville. Bipolar Insights / Mental Health is unique in that we care not only for those who are diagnosed with bipolar disorder/mental health but we also reach out to the families and the community. We help educate people affected by bipolar disorder/mental health, through low-cost classes, 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.
I am very excited to share with you the weekly Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center class reviews published by Michael Comer.
Michael has been a member of Bipolar Insights / Mental Health since he was 16 years old. Now 19, Michael’s review from each class gives a personal insight to mental health and how education and knowledge are the first steps to enhance lives through management, guiding principles, and utilizing learned skills.
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April 11, 2016 – Responsibility
“The victim mindset dilutes the human potential. By not accepting personal responsibility for our circumstances, we greatly reduce our power to change them.” – Steve Maraboli
April 4, 2016 – Truth
Whoever puts the truth first will never lose anything except for what was never real in the first place.
March 21, 2016 – An Emphasis on Benefits
A person sooner or later discovers that they are the director of their life.
March 7, 2016 – The History of Mental Illness
If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.
Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Classes:
Monday classes at 7:00 PM at Green Valley Community Church in Placerville (Room 304)
Scheduled Events on Tuesday – scheduled events will be posted on the website * no events have been scheduled yet – Marshal Medical Center in Placerville (First Floor Common Room)
Click here for a list of the 2016 scheduled closures
“Bipolar Insights: The Tiny Bud” * April 25, 2016: Bipolar Insights first Mountain Democrat column of 2016, 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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