Article discusses 7 findings from a recently completed study done by the University of Michigan concerning Bipolar Disorder. Read the article here.
Fresh and Fit: New Research Helps Us to Understand Bipolar Disorder
The Ups and Downs of a Bipolar Life: An Interview with Tom Roberts
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Hi, I’m Dan Lukasik from LawyersWithDepression.com.
Today’s guest is Tom Roberts. Tom is a mental health speaker and writer living in Huntington Beach, California. He’s the author of “Escape from Myself: A Manic-Depressive’s Escape to Nowhere” Tom earned his Master’s Degree in Radio, Television, and Film from the University of Kansas. He worked for several years as a broadcast journalist for local stations and freelanced for National Public Radio’s popular newscast “All Things Considered,” “The Voice of America,” and “ABC Radio News.” Tom has been a professional actor on stage, screen, and television and currently does voice-over work in the L.A. area. He is the creator of the website Tom Speaks Out!
To Know Suicide: Depression Can Be Treated, But It Takes Competence
From The New York Times, best-selling author and psychiatrist, Kay Redfield Jamison writes, “Certainly, stress is important and often interacts dangerously with depression. But the most important risk factor for suicide is mental illness, especially depression or bipolar disorder.” Read the News
The Problem With How We Treat Bipolar Disorder
From The New York Times Magazine, a brave and beautifully written piece by Linda Logan about her life long journey dealing with depression and mania. Read the Story
A Lawyer With Bipolar Disorder Tells a Success Story
Check out this brave piece by a woman lawyer who struggled with her bipolar illness. Read the Blog