Holiday Advice for People with Bipolar – a Roundup

December 23, 2014 Bipolar blog bipolar disorder

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

Surviving New Year’s with Bipolar Disorder

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.)

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