Let's Call It What It Really Is: Withdrawal

Getting Off An Antidepressant Can Be Tricky, Even Dangerous

Today Is Bipolar Awareness Day

The choice of one word over another can infuriate people, or celebrate truth.

How Not To Be The Perfect Bipolar Overnight Guest

The Sometimes Funny Complications of Bipolar Social Interaction

On Depression: Growing Older and Getting Better

How Aging Has Made My Depression Better

Catherine Zeta-Jones is Bipolar. So What?

Bipolar Disorder is Old News

Is Depression The New Plague?

Break Through Your Discomfort: A Kind, Easy Way to Respond to Someone's Depression

3 Easy Ways to Love Yourself Out of Depression

3 Simple Tricks To Fool Your Brain Into Happiness

An Insider's Tips: How NOT To Treat Bipolar Disorder

An Insider's Tips on How to Behave With a Bipolar Person

Am I My Diagnosis?

My Struggle Against the Straightjacket of Mental Illness Labels

Manic in Manhattan

Last Wednesday I stood on the corner of 57th and Madison Avenue, staring down at a scrap of paper clutched in my hand.

My Top Five Pet Peeves About Being Bipolar

Cranky Insights Into Mental Illness

How Do I Love Thee (When You're Bipolar)?

Four Simple Guidelines for Loving A Bipolar Person

A Fool’s Gold

It's politically incorrect if not downright subversive to say this in bipolar circles, as well it should be. But come closer and I'll whisper it: sometimes mania's not such a bad thing.