Tag Archives: Dysphoric mania

Bipolar highs: a runaway train

I’ve been delivering talks to delegates on Mind training for almost a year now. I’ve been invited to speak at a range of different courses run by Mind – many have been “open access” courses that anyone with an interest … Continue reading

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Living on the edge

Yesterday I had an appointment with my psychiatrist in which he called me out for engaging in what are, for me, risky behaviours. I knew this already, or course. I’ve been conscious of feeling more and more driven from within. … Continue reading

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I don’t look crazy, I don’t look sad

Seeing me at the family party, you probably think I am fine. I arrive on time with my partner and children, bearing the promised contributions to the refreshments. You see me doing the rounds of hugging, kissing, asking questions, quickly … Continue reading

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