Holiday Advice for People with Bipolar – a Roundup
As you might have realized, it’s two days until Christmas. Because of that, I’m up against deadlines and and trying to get oodles done before I take a couple of days off.
Long story short, I don’t have time to write an original article this week. But, don’t worry, all is not lost. I have written quite a bit about bipolar and the holidays over the years and I thought I’d pull it all together for you here:
What I Want for Christmas
Surviving the Holidays with Bipolar Disorder
- Parties and the Cost of Bipolar Depression
- A Bipolar Holiday Guide for Stability Over the Holidays
- Staying Sane During the Holidays with Bipolar Disorder — a Guide
- Dealing with Bipolar at the Holidays — Family
- Dealing with Bipolar at the Holidays — Expectations
- Helping Someone with a Mental Illness Through the Holidays
- Finding Hope When Bipolar Feels Hopeless Over the Holidays
Surviving New Year’s with Bipolar Disorder
- New Year’s Resolutions When Your Bipolar is Trying to Kill You
- Hope and Resolutions — New Years, Same Bipolar
- Dealing with Bipolar at New Year’s
Bipolar After the Holidays
And if none of that helps, remember this: try to do what is right for you while making your mental health a priority.
Happy holidays to all.
(PS: yes, it’s true, Christmas isn’t the only holiday, but it’s the one that most people celebrate in North America. I’m not trying to exclude anyone.)
About Natasha Tracy
Natasha Tracy is an award-winning writer, speaker and consultant from the Pacific Northwest. She has been living with bipolar disorder for 18 years and has written more than 1000 articles on the subject.