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Tune in this week to learn about how adrenaline can fuel the fire of our emotions and contribute to injury and symptoms! Also covered in this episode: the causes of psychosis, "emotional strokes," and how to detox the brain! Email me! Hello@caitlinpyle.com Grab my latest eBook for FREE: https://caitlinpyle.com/get-unstuck-guide
David Haggerty, Neuroscientist and Beauty and The Brain co-host, joins Alessandra Torresani on a special episode of EmotionAL Support where they discuss Triggers. What are you triggers? How can we identify them? Should we try to prevent them from happening or do we embrace them? Maybe they started before they began to even show themselves! Addiction, Bipolar Disorder, Manic Episodes, Mom Shaming, Wisdom Teeth and more can be found in this episode! Be sure to subscribe to @emotionalsupportpod wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts! If you love what you hear, we would appreciate you leaving a review too! Raw. Real. EmotionAL. -Alessandra
In this revisited episode of Beyond the Balance Sheet, Kitty speaks out to share her story and help fight the stigma surrounding mental illness. She hopes families and clinicians will invest more research and awareness around symptoms and effective treatment methods. First, Kitty opens up about her struggles with bipolar disorder, OCD, and binge eating disorder. Kitty then reveals what she would have done differently on her journey to recovery; plus, Kitty gives advice for those struggling with depression and other mental health issues. Tune in as we talk about the stigma and discrimination around mental health in our society. IN THIS EPISODE: [02:05] Kitty has bipolar disorder, OCD and has struggled with binge eating. She opens up about her mental health journey. [18:35] What Kitty wished she did differently on her journey to recovery. [20:55] The people that made an impact on Kitty accepting her mental health struggles. [22:50] The advice Kitty has for people struggling with depression and other mental health issues. [24:30] Kitty speaks about the stigma and discrimination around mental health in our society. KEY TAKEAWAYS: Catching mental issues early can completely change a child's life. A strong foundation of mental health knowledge can equip your children to have happy, healthy, and productive lives. You should never ignore mental health struggles; always take them seriously. The more you talk about your mental health, the more we can destigmatize it in society. BIO: Kitty was born and raised in NYC where she attended a K-12 prep school before graduating in 2007. After graduating, she spent a semester living in Cairo Egypt studying Arabic at the American University in Cairo. She is currently enrolled at Columbia University where she is completing her bachelor's degree having taken many classes non-degree before her enrollment at Columbia. Kitty is 32, and has bipolar disorder, OCD, and has struggled with binge eating. She's now speaking out to help fight the stigma surrounding mental illness in hopes that people will invest in more basic research to develop more effective medication and other treatments for mental illnesses.
JFOD interviews comedian and writer, Julianna Maher, who opens up about both her OCD and her ADHD. She also discussed what it's like to be a writer's assistant on a new Netflix show that is coming out. JFOD also discusses how he got let go from his weird copywriting job. Enjoy and please spread the word! Follow Julianna Maher: julianna_maher. Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/jfod. Join our newseltter: jfodnews.com. Follow us on Social: @jfodlovesyou.
In this episode of 'Conversations With', Mental Illness Activist Shaley Hoogendoorn talks with Edison Htun. Edison shares openly about his experiences living with bipolar disorder in Southeast Asian country, especially in a conservative country with no mental health policies or regulations. It was fascinating to learn about the cultural influence on stigmas and misconceptions about Bipolar Disorder in Myanmar. Edison also shares about his own internalized stigma toward medication and diagnosis. Edison's words of encouragement to those walking a similar path. His story is one of perseverance and inspiration. I am so grateful for Edison's's voice in his country and in the world. We feel honoured that he trusted us with his story. Edison's story is not over yet. This is bipolar... IG @this.is.bipolar Meet Edison: Kyaw Si Thu Htun (Edison) is twenty-six years old and born and raised in Yangon, Myanmar. Edison lives with Bipolar 2 Disorder with Rapid cycling and is passionate about sharing with others to help end stigma around mental health and mental illness. Edison has a B.A (Hons) Business from University of Wolverhampton and was a media focal person of U-Report Myanmar, UNICEF Myanmar's youth program. He was also a manager for Junior Creative Dance Crew (America's Got Talent: The Champion Season 2 participant). Edison is currently an Account Manager, PR Agency based in Yangon. You can find Edison on Instagram @ejiiison. #mentalhealth #mentalillness #bipolarawareness #bipolar #thisisbipolar
Emotional trauma combined with a lack of critical supplies our brain needs to function properly can literally INJURE your brain. These injuries commonly get labeled as mental illness... when it's actually very much physical. Tune into this episode of Missdiagnosed to learn exactly what your brain needs to cool itself down and prevent injury. To inquire working with me as a coach, email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what THREE wishes you would make to transform your life if you found a magic lamp ;)
Imprisoned by the sea with his son Icarus, mythological craftsman Daedalus constructed wings to escape. Beeswax held feathers in place, so Daedalus told Icarus not to fly too high or too low: the sun's heat would melt the wax and sea spray would weigh the wings down. Elated, Icarus flew too high--and fell. Like Icarus, the moods of people with bipolar disorder swing from soaring into mania to sinking into depression. This disorder affects at least 2% of the population worldwide, with genetics by far the major contributor. BP is a major cause of disability and can also be a factor in creativity; it often brings with it anxiety, substance abuse, migraines, and more. Treatment includes medication, attention to lifestyle, and psychotherapy that includes relating to archetypal polarities. Jung says, “It is not a matter of indifference whether one calls something a ‘mania' or a ‘god.' To serve a mania is detestable and undignified, but to serve a god is full of meaning and promise.” Dream I am in a restaurant busy with people standing and moving around. I too am standing and have been given a seafood dish in an opaque glass (at first like a fancy stemmed glass for cocktail shrimp) and I slurp some of it down. Looking into the vessel I realize I've been eating raw seahorses. I continue to eat, one and then another, not wanting to be rude. They are slimy, room-temp, and gray. I look again into the vessel, which now is narrow at the top and wide at the bottom as if the seahorses, barely submerged in a grey liquid, are in a dark pit that I have to peer into, and I do realize that some of them are still moving, puckering their lips trying to breathe. I decide I cannot keep eating them. I go to where murky puddles have formed in the cement by the melting ice and crab parts of the kitchen's seafood prep. I assume the puddles to be brackish, or at least can provide a more bearable end of life for the seahorses, so I throw them in by flicking the glass. There are still more seahorses stuck to the bottom of the glass, my flicking hindered by its strange shape. People are standing and talking around the puddles now, so it's discreetly that I quickly flick the rest of the seahorses out, not wanting to be seen doing it and not wanting the seahorses to be seen in the puddles. References Kay Redfield Jamison (multiple books): An Unquiet Mind; Manic-Depressive Illness; Touched with Fire: Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic Temperament; Exuberance: The Passion for Life. Jason Thompson. A Jungian Approach to Bipolar Disorder: Rejoining the Split Archetype. https://www.amazon.com/Jungian-Approach-Bipolar-Disorder-Rejoining-ebook/dp/B007WK48X6/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1HH5V7U3VQR2R&keywords=Jason+thompson+Bipolar+disorder&qid=1673898818&sprefix=jason+thompson+bipolar+disorder%2Caps%2C106&sr=8-1 Werner Herzog (film). Grizzly Man. Amazon. Buzz Aldrin. Magnificent Desolation: The Long Journey Home from the Moon. https://www.amazon.com/Magnificent-Desolation-audiobook/dp/B002EDTVBK/ref=sr_1_1crid=8T6PKR5K6DQX&keywords=Buzz+Aldrin+Magnificent+desolation&qid=1673898587&s=books&sprefix=buzz+aldrin+magnificent+desolation%2Cstripbooks%2C109&sr=1-1 Stownpodcast.org (app).
About Today's GuestGregg F. Martin, PhD, Major General, US Army (Retired), served on active duty for 36 years, until May 2015. He is a combat veteran, Bipolar Survivor, Airborne-Ranger-Engineer qualified soldier, and Army Strategist.He holds a Ph.D. and two masters degrees from MIT, masters degrees in national security strategy from both the Army and Naval war colleges, and a bachelors degree from West Point. He commanded an engineer company, battalion, the 130th Engineer Brigade in combat during the first year of the Iraq War in 2003-04, including the attack from Kuwait, up the Euphrates River Valley, to Baghdad and beyond.He served multiple overseas tours, and, as a general officer, commanded the Corps of Engineers Northwest Division, was Commandant of the Army Engineer School, commanded Fort Leonard Wood, was Deputy Commanding General of Third Army/US Army Central, Commandant of the Army War College, President of National Defense University, and Special Assistant to the Chief of Engineers. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal (twice), the Bronze Star Medal, and the Combat Action Badge.He is married with three sons, two of whom are Army combat veterans, and one an artist. His daughter in law is also an Army combat veteran. His wife is an “Army brat” and heroine for persevering though their Army career and surviving and overcoming their bipolar ordeal, which has been the toughest fight of their lives. They live in Cocoa Beach, FL, where he is writing, speaking, and sharing his story of “battling bipolar disorder” to help save lives and stop the stigma.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeGeneral Martin's Web SiteInternational Bipolar Foundation: General Gregg's CornerPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThis week's PsychArmor resource of the week, is the PsychArmor course, Bolstering Resilience, part of the Brian Health & Wellness Series sponsored by the Wounded Warrior Project. This mini-course series on resilience, sponsored by Wounded Warrior Project, spotlights five supporting factors that bolster resilience: SMART goals, mental health, nutrition, sleep, and exercise. Each element builds upon a person's foundation and increases the ability to successfully cope with high levels of stress and pressure. You'll learn why these supporting pillars are so important to overall well-being, their application in daily life, and how it's never too late to make a lasting change. You can find the link to this resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/WWP-BHW-bolstering-resilience This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
In Steve's own words, "My life-long battle with bipolar disorder. From that terrifying day at the theater when I was nine, overcoming suicidal ideations through medication and therapy, my attempt to kill my father, and finally gaining control of my bipolar curse." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/morethantherapy/message
In today's episode, Macy Yang shares with us her very own deeply personal experience with bipolar disorder and the various treatments she underwent, many of which were quite brutal. She recounts her time being institutionalised in Holland, and compares that with later experiences back home in Shanghai. Listen through to hear how she figured out her triggers and how she stays in control of her illness. If you would like to get in touch with Macy, you may email her on: email@example.comYou can also find her on the 小红书 platform under the channel 旋凯说If you would like to offer any feedback on our show or get in touch with us, you can contact us on the following platforms:• Website: www.multispective.org• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Instagram handle: Multispectiveorg • Facebook page: MultispectiveSupport the show
Excited to share a story with you all this week about both the consequences and blessings that arise as a result of neglecting mental, physical and emotional health. My guest this week, Courtney Noelle, details what it was like to start and lose a business she poured her heart into during COVID... and how she found her calling to serve women in a way she never thought possible. Courtney is a 2x Entrepreneur, Podcast Host, Certified Functional Nutrition Counselor and Advanced Functional Nutrition Practitioner in training. She teaches health-conscious women how to feel in control of their body by identifying and healing the root-cause of their mental, physical, and emotional symptoms. Also...Courtney is an active mental health advocate living with Bipolar Disorder 2 and shares what it was like to experience psychosis, hospitalization and the journey to prioritizing her peace. Tune in to learn from the lessons Courtney encountered navigating her diagnosis, the working world and overcoming the feeling of having to prove herself. For more Courtney check her out here and listen to her podcast here! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/livewellbipolar/support
Content Warning: Suicide This week on the One Year No Beer Podcast Ruari welcomes Paul Mort on to the show. They discuss how Paul overcame the challenges he faced in life with drugs and alcohol. Ruari and Paul talk through the root causes of addiction as well as how hard it can be to make a change to a healthier and more fulfilling way of life due to how ingrained drinking culture is in society. Paul explains his struggles with his mental health and how this led to him being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder as well as attempting suicide. He shares how he got through this tough time and how important changing his relationship to alcohol was to his recovery. In this episode you will learn: Paul's story How Paul overcame his addictions The recovery process How being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder changed Paul's life Why Paul decided to do One Year No Beer For more information on what is shared in this episode and to try the Complete Control program for yourself head to Complete Control (oneyearnobeer.com) The One Year No Beer Podcast is the show created to inspire you to take the steps needed to Finally Transform Your Relationship With Alcohol. This podcast will help you to kick start your healthy habits and reconnect with your true self by taking you on the journey of becoming the most productive, present and healthiest version of yourself. You'll hear the inspiring, motivating and thought-provoking stories of some of the 80,000+ OYNB members who have changed their lives and now enjoy improved sleep, being more productive, reducing anxiety levels, losing weight and feeling noticeably better just by taking a break from booze. If you are thinking about changing your relationship with alcohol, or you are alcohol-free, then this podcast will not only give you top tips, ideas, strategies and support but also motivate and inspire you to totally transform your life! Resources: Ruari Fairbairns LinkedIn | Twitter Jen Fairbairns LinkedIn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Licensed professional counselors Johanna Dwinells and Sarah Bryski-Hamrick are slowly demystifying and destigmatizing therapy, one episode at a time. Recording and living in the Philadelphia area, Johanna and Sarah work to make therapy feel more accessible, with quirky, sometimes intrusive questions that reveal the human side of healthcare professionals, all while they overcome their own anxieties and internalized stigmas. CW: harm/killing of people with mental illnessEpisode summary: Johanna wants to wear onesies. Sarah doesn't buy skinny jeans. They both discuss the history of Bipolar Disorder. Guest, Robyn Tamanaha talks about work with clients who have Bipolar Disorder, consulting with AAPI clinicians and much more!Guest Bio: Robyn Tamanaha is a Japanese American Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Orange County, CA. She has been a therapist for almost 10 years and has her own private practice where she specializes in helping people who are living with Bipolar Disorder hop in the driver's seat, take control of extreme mood changes, and live a fulfilling and balanced life. She also helps to build community by running a clinical consultation group for Asian American & Pacific Islander therapists who reside throughout the United States. In addition to her role as a therapist, she is the creator and host of two podcasts, Books Between Sessions podcast and Open Mind Night podcast. Her mission with both of her podcasts is to help people not feel so alone in their experience with mental health and mental illness. Resources: Abortion Resources; Robyn's website; Books Between Sessions Podcast; Open Mind Night PodcastQuestions/comments/concerns? Want to be interviewed on TND podcast? Email us at email@example.com, or visit our instagram @tndpod!Follow us: IG: @tndpodTwitter: @tndpod1Do you want bonus features, including early episodes, the ability to vote on what questions we ask our guests and so much more? Do you want to help support us as we demystify and destigmatize mental health? Visit our Patreon: patreon.com/tndpodcastOr visit our website: Tndpodcast.comWhere can you find Sarah and Johanna:Sarah: website; blog; etsy shop; instagramJohanna: website; instagram
In this episode, I talk with author, advocate, and podcast host, Paris Prynkiewicz, about her experience with Bipolar Disorder. We also discuss.. - how being a patient and employee in the behavioral health system showed her what needs to change - the birth of Live Well Bipolar and the meaning behind the changes she made to prioritize her mental health - how you can get started with supporting a loved one and how to prioritize your own mental health To learn more about Paris and her work, follow her on Instagram @livewellbipolar or follow the link below https://www.instagram.com/livewellbipolar/ This podcast should not be substituted, nor is meant to act as a substitute, for legitimate mental health treatment/a legitimate mental health treatment provider. This podcast and any information in it is solely the reflection of general knowledge and cannot be taken as a personal therapeutic recommendation. Head to my website at www.jennaoverbaughlpc.com to sign up for my free e-mail newsletter and grab your free "Imagine Your Recovered Life" PDF. Course and more coming soon.
Emotions create HEAT in the brain... and when our brain cells are not healthy -- and are full of toxins instead -- this heat can kill brain cells and damage the brain. Isn't it logical that this would cause symptoms commonly diagnosed as mental illnesses? But it's not our emotions' fault -- our emotions are NORMAL and HEALTHY. But when our brains don't have what they need to cool down that heat created by our emotions, and they've been covered in toxins and disrupted by heavy metals, that's what causes the problem. Our brains can't cool down and get scorched instead. Tune in to EPISODE 20 (!) of Missdiagnosed to dive deeper into the true causes of mental illness symptoms. Email me! Hello@caitlinpyle.com
Join Dr. Greg, a couple's psychologist, to talk about mental health and relationships:1. How to know when to share about serious mental health challenges.2. Individual responsibility, autonomy, and building rituals of self-care that work for you.3. How to take a position of genuine interest and curiosity with our partners. This episode was made possible by the generous donations of donors on Patreon.com/abetterloveproject.Special shout-out to our sponsors: Dr. Julie Landry, Kendra Johnson, and Suzanne McMillan.Support the show
Today's episode is the first of this year's solo episodes on the Say It Out Loud podcast. You are going behind the scenes of every step throughout this book launch process...including choosing to get back on bipolar meds.My book, Say It Out Loud, published via New World Library will be out May 18, 2023! Two days before my 41st birthday!Get on the book waitlist here: vasavikumar.com/bookFollow me on IG here: @mynameisvasaviSupport the showCONNECT WITH VASAVI: Say It Out LoudSafe Haven Waitlist!—enroll today! Say It Out Loud Book—get on the waitlist! Book a Chat—click here to book Follow Vasavi Kumar on IG
Utilization of antidepressant medications among children and teens continue to rise despite poor efficacy. The assumption in many communities is that these drugs are safe and a front line treatment, but the hazards are rarely discussed and severely underestimated. In our opinion, the risks far outweigh any established benefits for antidepressant use in children, adolescents and young adults. Patients and families should be aware of the substantial risks associated with use.If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES6:45 - Cipriani A, Zhou X, Del Giovane C, Hetrick SE, Qin B, Whittington C, et al. Comparative efficacy and tolerability of antidepressants for major depressive disorder in children and adolescents: a network meta-analysis. Lancet. (2016) 388:881–90. doi: 10.1016/ S0140-6736(16)30385-3 9:30 - Documents Said to Show Prozac Risks - The New York Times12:30 - Safer, D.J. & Zito, J.M. Short- and Long-Term Antidepressant Clinical Trials for Major Depressive Disorder in Youth. Findings and Concerns (2019). Frontiers in Psychiatry (2019) 10:705 doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2019.0070513:30 - Healy D, Le Noury J, Jureidini J. Paediatric antidepressants: benefits and risks. Int J Risk Saf Med. (2019) 30:1–7. doi: 10.3233/JRS-18074620:30 - The Treatment for Adolescents With Depression Study (TADS): Long-term Effectiveness and Safety Outcomes23:30 - Moreno C, Laje G, Blanco C, Jiang H, Schmidt AB, Olfson M. National Trends in the Outpatient Diagnosis and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder in Youth. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2007;64(9):1032–1039. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.64.9.103231:30 - Unhinged: The Trouble with Psychiatry - A Doctor's Revelations about a Profession in Crisis: Carlat M.D., Daniel: 9781416590798: Amazon.com: Books37:00 - Your Drug May Be Your Problem, Revised Edition: How and Why to Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications
Welcome to Episode 87 of The Madhappy Podcast. This week we are excited to welcome renowned psychiatrist, clinician and researcher, Dr. Igor Galynker onto the show to learn more about his personal mental health journey and his work in the mental health space. We kick off the episode with a conversation about optimism (6:56) before Mason asks Dr. Galynker about his childhood in Russia and what led him to pursue a career in psychiatry and mental health (16:08). Dr. Galynker speaks to his inspiration and reason to found the Galynker Family Center for Bipolar Disorder (18:35), before Mason asks Dr. Galynker share more on his suicide prevention and awareness work (21:36). The two wrap up the episode as Mason asks Dr. Galynker to outline a few first steps he would recommend to people looking for support (54:46). We talk about some serious topics on this show. We are not professionals and are not giving advice. If you or someone you know needs help, please text start to 741741 and for additional resources please visit LocalOptimist.com/Get-Help The Madhappy Podcast is for informational and entertainment purposes only and is not a replacement for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Follow us: @Madhappy | @LocalOptimist Visit us: Madhappy.com | LocalOptimist.com
In this episode the shrinks continue their discussion on Bipolar Disorder. We focus more on Bipolar II Disorder during this episode; discussing the symptoms and what it looks like in everyday life. Then we dive into treatments and how things can get better. If you are enjoying our episodes please consider donating to https://www.patreon.com/shityourshrinkthinks THANK YOU! Please keep in mind that this podcast is for entertainment purposes only. This is not intended as individual medical or mental health advise. Listening to this podcast does not initiate a patient/provider relationship. Please consult with your individual medical or mental health team and proceed with listening to our podcast only at your own risk.
Sean and Brad review the 1957 classic Fear Strikes Out. They discuss the awkwardness of a 55 year old Karl Malden carrying a 24 year old Anthony Perkins, an skin condition pharmaceutical ad that played over and over while watching the movie, and the various jobs Sean had as a college student. We also applaud the way the movie and the actual, real-life team of the 50's Boston Red Sox handled the subject of mental disorders. And then we lament the next episode...Next episode: Air Bud: Golden ReceiverAir Bud: Golden Receiver isn't streaming anywhere so check out your local library if you really want to. We wouldn't.Support the showTwitter: @slowpitchcastInstagram: @slowpitchpodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, Gen, Henno, and Bryan talk about the holidays, the best thing that happened to them this year, their power words for 2023, and more! Power Words: Gen - Independendence Henno - Flow Bryan - Clarity Please subscribe and share! Helpful links Suicide Prevention Lifeline dial 988 or 1-800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ https://www.crisistextline.org/ Text HOME to 741741 for help Call 211 for help or go to 211.org https://coda.org/ https://www.gamblersanonymous.org/ga/ Ways to contact the show: Website: Thecrazylifepodcast.weebly.com E-mail: email@example.com Bryan's Twitter: @stewnami or @salty_language Henno's Twitter: @idahenno Henno's other podcast @MTNPod Bryan's Other Podcast: saltylanguage.com Bryan's Blog: https://stewnami.wordpress.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/crazylifepodcast/ iHeart Radio: http://www.iheart.com/show/263-The-Crazy-Life/ Google Play: http://thecrazylife.libsyn.com/gpm Blubrry: https://www.blubrry.com/the_crazy_life/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2irC3XxOJMEuzKtWliHiBM tangentboundnetwork.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-crazy-life/id1008617039 Stitcher: http://goo.gl/BDeUCZ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrj15dasmUUfzZz3Oeu_9uA TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Mental/The-Crazy-Life-p1149126/ Intro Music is "Life Sux" by Henno
Wild n' crazy emotional struggles that get diagnosed as mental illness are not something that yoga, meditation, journaling, and manifestation techniques can solve... less-than-ideal health of the brain is the #1 culprit in bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, and just about every other mental "illness" that psychiatry likes to throw pills at. This episode includes some fascinating history on the legacy the industry of psychiatry has led in recent history in their attempt to solve the "problem" of our emotions. And boy, did they miss the mark... Email me! firstname.lastname@example.orgResources mentioned:Brain Saver by Anthony William
Below is the patient case information: 63-year-old white male. Problem List Bipolar II disorder Insomnia Epilepsy (tonic-clonic seizures) Dyslipidemia/hypertriglyceridemia Hypertension Recent weight gain History of hyponatremia Diabetes type 2(controlled) Medications Clonazepam 2 mg QHS Risperdal 2 mg twice daily Carbamazepine 200 mg twice daily Divalproex DR 500 mg three times daily Levetiracetam 1000 mg twice daily Losartan 100 mg daily HCTZ 25 mg daily Atorvastatin 40 mg daily Fenofibrate 48 mg daily Metformin ER 500 mg twice daily Vitals: Blood pressure is currently 144/86 mmHg Lipids: LDL-C: 98 Triglycerides: 245 (down from 423 4 months ago) CMP: Na+: 133 K+: 4.1 eGFR: 95 All others WNL as well CBC: Hgb: 10:1 g/dL MCV: 73 Ferritin: 17 A1c: 6.9% Current Appointment The patient has seen multiple neuro and psych providers over the last year. The Risperdal and divalproex were for the bipolar II disorder. The patient is experiencing depression symptoms. His family notes that he has also been uncharacteristically aggressive lately and becomes agitated over minor issues. His family has recently noticed that while talking with him, his face is grimacing, his tongue will randomly protrude from his lips, as well as other facial movements. The clonazepam for insomnia. It helped with insomnia symptoms for a few weeks, but the symptoms are back to pre-treatment baseline. He was taking clonazepam 1 mg 2 hours prior to bed and zopidem 5 mg 30 minutes prior to bedtime. He didn't feel like the zolpidem was working. The clonazepam was increased to 2 mg and the zolpidem was DC'd. He is also complaining of daytime fatigue He was recently hospitalized due to hyponatremia. The carbamazepine and levetiracetam were for seizure control. However, the patient has experienced multiple seizures per month for at least the last 3 months. Needs better blood pressure and triglyceride control Thanks for listening! We want to give a big thanks to our main sponsor Pyrls. Try out their drug information app today. Visit the website below for a free trial: www.pyrls.com/corconsultrx If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable PowerPoint slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - email@example.com Cole - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
For anyone that has directly or indirectly experienced crippling multiple Sclerosis, rapid cycling Bipolar disorder and crippling mental health issues, this might just change your life forever. About the Guest:Emily is Jesus People, Momma, Wife & Transformational Coach, Victor over Multiple Sclerosis & Bipolar Disorder! Now known affectionally known (after being Hardison'd) as the world's best release coach, Emily Penton is quite possibly one of the most unique humans on the planet.For more than 3 years Emily has kept crippling MS and rapid cycling bipolar disorder into full remission by existing on a strict diet of only raw beef meat and fat. This impact of being handed the ultimate coach book by her father has set her on a path of exponential growth and unlimited possibilities. About the Host:Laban Ditchburn, known affectionately as the World's Best Courage Coach, mentors people on how to take bold, massive, and strategically courageous actions to facilitate miraculous outcomes. Author, Keynote Speaker, Coach, and Co-Creator of “World's Best Mastermind”www.LabanDitchburn.comThe Ultimate Coach Resourceshttps://theultimatecoachbook.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theultimatecoachInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theultimatecoachbookLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14048056YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUltimateCoachBookThanks for listening!Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page.Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!Subscribe to the podcastIf you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app.Leave us an Apple Podcasts reviewRatings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.
In a commentary published in the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, Dr. Rishab Gupta (Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School) and Dr. Swarndeep Singh (Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh, India) cast a critical eye on India's regulatory approval for the use of endoxifen for the treatment of manic episodes in patients with bipolar disorder type 1. In their article and in this podcast, they suggest that there are important deficiencies in the research that was used to support the regulatory approval. No other country has approved endoxifen for treating bipolar disorder. They caution that endoxifen should be considered as an option to treat acute mania only after a careful consideration of risks/benefits with the patient and their family and after providing them with a list of alternative medications.
In this episode the shrinks talk about Bipolar Disorder. We discuss the symptoms, misdiagnoses, and what it looks like in everyday life. If you are enjoying our episodes please consider donating to https://www.patreon.com/shityourshrinkthinks THANK YOU! Please keep in mind that this podcast is for entertainment purposes only. This is not intended as individual medical or mental health advise. Listening to this podcast does not initiate a patient/provider relationship. Please consult with your individual medical or mental health team and proceed with listening to our podcast only at your own risk.
Lithium is considered a standard treatment for bipolar disorder, but it remains underprescribed, in part because of its association with kidney dysfunction. In this podcast, Dr. Balwinder Singh discusses an article he and his colleagues published in the January-February 2023 issue of the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology on “real-world” clinical practice involving patients with bipolar disorder (BD) and chronic kidney disease (CKD). In their study, patients with BD and CKD who discontinued lithium use after CKD diagnosis had a higher risk for a relapse of their mood disorder as well as a shorter time to the first mood episode, suggesting a need for more thorough discussion before discontinuing lithium after a diagnosis of CKD.
At the age of 16, Bailey Reber was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. For years, she struggled with not only managing her mental illness, but also with accepting it, while the outside world did not. She decided to start her own podcast, 'Distressed to Joyful; Bailey's Way' in order to help and encourage others to seek professional help that they may need, especially in times of darkness. She hopes that being vulnerable and talking about hard topics on her podcast will help shine a light to listeners who may be struggling with similar situations. Additionally, she hopes to bring about new perspectives to those not directly affected by mental illness in order to help them understand the world with a kinder heart.I so enjoyed having Bailey on my show! To learn more, check out her website: whatisheybailsdoing.comIf your feeling lead, you can Buy Me A Coffee on http://www.ajuicypearpodcast.comSupport the show
Welcome to The Inspired Women Podcast. On this episode your host Megan Hall interviews Antonia Spice. We all have stories, dreams and demons. And Antonia's Spice story is a mission statement in order to encourage other persons suffering of bipolar... Read moreThe Delicate Balance of Bipolar Disorder Featuring Antonia Spice
Viruses are ALIVE, and they LOVE TO EAT specific foods. In this episode of Missdiagnosed, you'll learn their top 3 most favorite foods, 6 ways viruses can replicate themselves, and several mind-blowing historical facts -- don't miss it! Resources mentioned:Brain Saver by Anthony WilliamThyroid Healing by Anthony William Liver Rescue by Anthony William
Most medical illnesses appear later in life, as organ systems fail and the decades of wear and tear eventually erode the body's innate homeostatic mechanisms. Psychiatric illness, however, is profoundly different. Here Dr. H explores six central reasons why serious psychiatric illness tends to appear in mid to late adolescence.These factors include:•Leaving the tribe•Contagion and heightened peer influence•Early existential life crises•Developmental brain changes•Sleep deprivation and sleep cycle derangement •Cannabis and alcoholBFTA on Instagram. @backfromtheabysspodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/backfromtheabysspodcast/BFTA/ Dr. Hhttps://www.craigheacockmd.com/podcast-page/
Born in Montreal, Canada, Bashie describes her childhood and adolescent years of dealing with the consequences of clinical depression gone undiagnosed. “At recess time in school, I would escape to the back stairwell with my pen and journal to just write and cry”. With guidance from professional sources, a stretch in the psych ward, as well as many life experiences serving as her greatest teachers - Bashie received her diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder, and has found immense strength and healing within the 12 Step Program for Emotions Anonymous. Today, Bashie gives back as a teacher and mother, incorporating Jewish and G-d centered values through the lenses of mental health, and cares for her wonderful family. To get in touch with Bashie, you can email her at email@example.com. We hope you enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neshamos-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neshamos-podcast/support
In this episode, Bailey tells her story of how she came to choose a life of sobriety, along with why it's a healthy choice for her since she's diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She recounts real-life events that happened throughout her drinking days and how she wouldn't have been in these awful situations had she not been drunk. Additionally, she informs you of research that she's found which helps support her decision to stay sober. She hopes you'll find the strength to do the same, if you feel that a life of sobriety may be best for you too. WEBSITE: https://whatisheybailsdoing.com/ SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://whatisheybailsdoing.com/support-the-show/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/distressedtojoyful_baileysway/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/distressedtojoyful.baileysway/ SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BaileysWayDesigns
You can do everything “right” and still find yourself in a depressive episode. This is largely because bipolar disorder is a cyclical illness. But what are some things you can do to minimize your chances or to break free? Join us as Gabe and Dr. Nicole give us some tips for recognizing, heading off, and even pulling out of a depressive episode. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please visit the official episode page. Meet Your Inside Bipolar Podcast Hosts Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. He is also the host of Healthline Media's Inside Mental Health podcast available on your favorite podcast player. To learn more about Gabe, or book him for your next event, please visit his website, gabehoward.com. Dr. Nicole Washington is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she attended Southern University and A&M College. After receiving her BS degree, she moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma to enroll in the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed a residency in psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa. Since completing her residency training, Washington has spent most of her career caring for and being an advocate for those who are not typically consumers of mental health services, namely underserved communities, those with severe mental health conditions, and high performing professionals. Through her private practice, podcast, speaking, and writing, she seeks to provide education to decrease the stigma associated with psychiatric conditions. Find out more at DrNicolePsych.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Virus poop is what we're talking about this week on Missdiagnosed! Otherwise known as viral neurotoxins, they're the REAL reason behind ALL KINDS of "mental illness" symptoms. Neurological fatigue caused by neurotoxins is commonly misdiagnosed by mainstream medical doctors and alternative practitioners alike. You do not want to miss this eye-opening episode as we continue this 3-part series on Chapter 4 in Anthony William's book, Brain Saver. Grab a copy of BRAIN SAVER by Medical Medium Anthony WilliamEmail me!! firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're in emotional distress or suicidal crisis, find help in your area with Find a helpline.Raised by a World War II veteran father, retired two-Star General Gregg Martin anticipated military service. He joined the ROTC at the University of Maine, then transferred to West Point.“I did really well at West Point, and then I graduated, went out into the active army, the field Army. I just loved it,” Gregg says. “I went to airborne school to be a paratrooper, went to Ranger School. So I was qualified to do the commando Special Forces stuff.”Gregg loved the challenges service in the Army presented:The Army was a pretty rough place. There was a lot of drugs. There were racial problems. We had convicted felons who were given the option to come into the military because they couldn't meet the quotas of recruiting. And I just loved it, though. It was real. It was hard. It was dirty. We had an exciting, challenging mission. And I just loved leading the troops.One opportunity for advancement followed another. “Before you knew it, I was a two-star general and had 36 years active duty in the Army.”At the pinnacle of his career, Gregg was assigned to lead the prestigious National Defense University. “It's made up of five colleges; it's a graduate school for senior leaders from the military, State Department, intelligence agencies and so forth, to go back to school at the graduate level for a year and get an advanced degree in strategic studies, international security, that sort of thing.”Gregg shares the story of how bipolar disorder brought an end to his military career and launched a new one as an advocate for mental health.I have actually been living on the bipolar spectrum since I was a teenager. I lived about 30 years with a mental condition, not an illness, but a condition called hyperthyrmia, which is a near continual state of mild mania. You get an extra plus up of the chemicals, dopamine, endorphins and others that gave me overabundant energy, enthusiasm, drive, creativity, problem-solving, skills, positivity, all those positive attributes. It's a benefit if you have it. But the downside is that it puts you at a higher risk of developing real mania and real bipolar disorder.From my teenage years into my forties, unbeknownst to me, I was inching ever closer to mania.At a certain point, the Veterans Affairs and the Department of the Army Medical Board pegged it at 2003, I was 47 years old, serving in the Iraq war. They believe that that's when my onset of actual bipolar occurred.From Iraq in '03, over the next 11 years, my bipolar disorder was unknown, undetected, unrecognized, undiagnosed. But I kept going into higher levels of mania, lower levels of depression.Then I started developing psychosis, which is a combination of delusions in my mind.I essentially rocketed into full-blown mania. I went into a state of madness, insanity. I was over the top. Off the rails. I was talking faster and faster. I was out of control. I had these grandiose visions that I was on a mission from God. I had all kinds of religious visions with the Holy Spirit and the Apostle Paul and speaking in tongues, I mean, going to 20, 30 religious events per week. I mean, I was really out of control.I had hallucinations that when I would ride my bike through D.C. at night, I would lift up off the ground and I would be flying on my bicycle over and through the monuments in D.C.My poor subordinates! I mean, there's no way for any human to keep up with the madness that was going on in my brain. It led to sort of a rebellion on the staff and the faculty at the university. It's really hard to have that difficult talk with the boss who's a general to say, “Hey, General Martin, we think you have lost it and you have some sort of mental illness.” But what they did, which was equally as effective, is they started writing anonymous complaints to my boss, who was the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.We were very good friends, wonderful boss. He made the decision to remove me from command, gave me the choice, resign or be fired by 5:00 today.Then he gave me a command order to go see a psychiatrist and get an evaluation. Unfortunately, they misdiagnosed me three times that month–July 2014. I was diagnosed fit for duty–nothing wrong–while I was in a raging state of mania. Four months later, after I crashed into crippling depression, I was properly diagnosed in November of 2014 with bipolar disorder type one, which is characterized by mainly high-level mania and very serious depression compared to bipolar two, which is much lower levels of mania and much more depression.Then I went into bipolar hell with crippling depression, terrifying psychosis. The mania went away, and for two years I was really in a fight for my life until finally September of 2016. I got on the right medications and the right program to begin my journey of recovery.Once a person has bipolar disorder, you always have bipolar.I was in bipolar hell for two years from the fall of 2014 to the fall of 2016, I had terrible suicidal, passive, suicidal ideations where I was imagining through delusions, through psychosis, my own violent, bloody, horrible death. And it would continue to go through my mind like a nonstop video reel.A passive ideation can quickly morph into an active ideation, where then you develop a plan and you take your own life.I also did inpatient at a VA hospital for weeks. I did electroconvulsive therapy. I took probably 15 or 20 different kinds of medication. None of them really worked. I was a zombie for those two years. I was miserable. I couldn't make a decision. I was confused.It wasn't until about two years of this going through hell that finally my wife called my doctor at the VA and said, “Hey, this isn't working. We need to do something different.”After two years of misery, 2016 to 2003, 13 years of bipolar, we tried lithium. And within a few days, my depression lifted. It's unbelievable how the difference. And within about a week I started feeling like my own self, my enthusiasm, my energy, my zest for life came back.My wife and I made a decision kind of strategically that we were going to move somewhere that had abundant light sunshine, warm weather. So we moved to Florida.I have a license plate that says disabled veteran. Wherever I would go people would be walking with me or I'd be getting into my car, they'd see the plate and they'd say, “Well, what's your disability?” I'd say, “Well, I have a brain thing.” And they would stop and say, “Well, I have a brain thing too, you know, what's your brain thing?”I say, “Bipolar disorder and some PTSD, but mostly bipolar.”They'd say, “Wow, I have been suffering with depression for years,” or “My husband or wife has bipolar disorder.”“As I told my story, in short, to dozens and dozens of people here in Cocoa Beach, 100 percent of the people either are afflicted by some sort of mental condition or are affected by it by virtue of their relationship with somebody else. So it's 100 percent.”As Gregg began telling his story more formally, he developed a strategy for having a healthy productive life with a mental health diagnosis.He offers a three-point plan:* Biochemistry. “Number one, you have to get the biochemistry of the brain in balance in a healthy state. For most people that comes through medication.”* Therapy. “Number two, you have to work with the rest of your medical team, which should for bipolar and depression and other mental conditions probably include a therapist. So, I've got a psychiatrist who does the medication. I've got a therapist. I just met with my therapist this morning and they help you problem solve and think your way through issues that are complicated and challenging.* Healthy lifestyle. Thirdly, you have to live a healthful life. There are brain-healthy diets. You need plenty of sleep, 8 hours a day, and probably should take a nap. Plenty of water, lots of exercise, reduce your stress, figure out how to meditate. Gregg suggests anchoring your plan on a social platform of his five Ps:* People. Develop a network of people who make you happy.* Place. “You need to pick a good place that makes you happy, that's safe, that enables you to do the things that inspire you and again, brings joy.”* Purpose. “You have to have a purpose. The first question you ask as an Army officer is ‘what's the mission?'”* Perseverance. You have to have the will to succeed, to not give up. Recovery from a serious mental illness like depression or bipolar is not easy. It's hard. There are going to be relapses and you're going to stumble and fall. Between yourself and your team, you have to be able to pick yourself up and learn from it and keep moving forward.* Presence. “The fifth P is what I call presence.” Learn to get outside your own head to think about your own possibly inaccurate thinking. Develop a healthy perspective.Today, Gregg has a publishing deal for his book, The Bipolar General: My Forever War with Mental Illness. He contributes regularly to Psychology Today and speaks to groups about his journey and his advice.Gregg has a host of superpowers that enable his work, including an ability to do challenging things, to be positive and build good relationships, to find purpose in his life and work, to persevere, to feel compassion for others and a strong desire to serve other people.By following Greg's example and advice, you can empower yourself to do more good in the world. Get full access to Superpowers for Good at devinthorpe.substack.com/subscribe
Irritability commonly occurs alongside ADHD, but, as William French, M.D., explains, sometimes emotion regulation difficulties (ERD) indicate something more. Learn about mood disorders and steps you can take to help a child experiencing ERD.
Typically, Truth Tastes Funny episodes are stand-alones, surfing freely from one topic to another. However, response to Season 2/Episode 14 with Therapy Twins Joan and Jane Landino has been so strong, that I am bookending it with Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski - aka "The Bipolar Rabbi." Bipolar disorder symptoms can be misleading. Manic moods can lead a sufferer to believe they are invincible, that they are beyond treatment, rejecting bipolar medication. Further, as my interview with Rabbi Borodowski reveals, we are still in the very early stages of mining the mentally ill for insights that can change the game in terms of treatment for mental health issues of all kinds.The Rabbi's work goes far beyond mental health awareness or even treatment. "I want the mentally ill to package this knowledge and sell it to the world. I want the mentally ill to be entrepreneurial," he says. "Those of us with mental illness have not yet bought into our own strengths. We are looking at ourselves like second-class citizens. We have to shift a paradigm about how we see ourselves. Stigma is not going to diminish because we beg for compassion. Stigma is going to diminish because we bring to the world our added value and contribution, and because we take our place as players around the table of proactive wisdom."Find Rabbi Borodowski here:https://www.bipolarrabbi.com/https://www.facebook.com/bipolarrabbihttps://www.instagram.com/bipolarrabbi/https://www.linkedin.com/in/alfredo-borodowski/More from Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski:"My name is Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski, Ph.D., MSW, also known as “The Bipolar Rabbi.” In June 2013, the Mamaroneck police arrested me for impersonating a police officer. I was hospitalized and diagnosed with bipolar. In the ensuing seven days, I was fired from my position as executive director of a prestigious institute and ridiculed by the press as “the Road Rage Rabbi.” My world collapsed. I then spent several months paralyzed on a couch with depression. But I persevered and thrived once again, becoming a social worker. A factor tipped the scale in my favor; I discovered Positive Psychology. Positive psychology studies the strengths that make us fulfill our potential. Knowing my strengths allowed me to overcome my negative thoughts and move forward.My upcoming interactive book, The Exceptional Wisdom of the Most Unusual Minds, invites readers to create a community of mental illness wisdom. The goal is toIf you enjoyed listening to Truth Tastes Funny, please leave a 5-star rating and a 300-word review on Apple Podcasts (click Listen on Apple Podcasts to access review option)Check out Hersh's new podcast: YES, BRANDBoldly taking brands where they desperately wanna goFollow us on Instagram: @truthtastesfunnyFollow Hersh on Instagram: @Hersh4allon LinkedIn: HershRephunon YouTube: HershRephunon Twitter: @TruthTstsFunnyOur Website: TruthTastesFunnyContact UsExplore Branded Ventures with Truth Tastes Funny and Hersh's YES, BRAND Podcast
In their episode on bipolar disorder, Helen and Valerie welcome Dr. Stephen Strakowski, a national leader in the bipolar field. Drawn from his vast experience with research and clinical practice, Dr. Strakowski eloquently discusses the basics of bipolar disorder—symptoms, diagnosis, treatment methods, relationships, and recovery. He then describes his cutting edge research, and the bright prospects that his findings provide for future treatment opportunities for the complexities and challenges of bipolar disorder. Find Mental Health Hope and Recovery on Facebook Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A very common (but usually unrecognized) cause of inflammation in the brain? VIRUSES! Tune in to this week's episode to learn just how viruses can live in virtually any area of our bodies -- and how they create poisons (neurotoxins) that go on to create hundreds of symptoms that get labeled as chronic mental disorders like anxiety, depression, bipolar and more. Just like our skin reacts when it comes in contact with poisons, so do our brain cells. Grab a copy of BRAIN SAVER by Medical Medium Anthony WilliamEmail me!! email@example.comResources mentioned:My new ebook, GET UNSTUCK NOW is available on https://caitlinpyle.com/
Today, we're talking about Bigger Than The Trail with Charles Starkey and Adam Delsman. Two ambassadors who have also benefited from the services offered by the organization. We'll discuss everything there is to know about BTTT's mission and explore how running can and is helping those who struggle with mental health. Bigger Than The Trail's mission is to enrich the lives of individuals struggling with mental health. Please consider supporting them at https://www.bttt.run To learn more about Charles Starkey and Adam Delsman, check them out on social media at https://www.instagram.com/starkrunner/ and https://www.instagram.com/adam.delsman/ respectively. To learn more about Tommy Byrne check out this article referenced in the show: https://www.trailrunnermag.com/people/bigger-than-the-trail/ To learn more about Bipolar Disorder in veterans check out this article referenced in the show: https://vaclaimsinsider.com/understanding-bipolar-disorder-in-veterans/ Don't forget to subscribe to the show and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks, and have a great run! Other notable organizations mentioned in this episode: Charm City Run - https://www.charmcityrun.com/ Band of Runners - https://www.bandofrunners.org/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mayberunningwillhelp/message
Tune in as Bailey speaks from the heart about how bipolar disorder often turns her tone of voice into an aggressive one. When anger or frustration arise, it often comes out onto whoever happens to be nearby, although it may have absolutely nothing to do with the other person involved. She hopes that hearing her describe how bipolar disorder can often take over her emotions will help you better understand why people you know (or even sometimes people you don't know!) may do this to you for seemingly no reason. She leaves you with a simple challenge that, when taken on by the masses, will help change the world for the better. SHOW NOTES: https://whatisheybailsdoing.com/2022/12/13/s3-episode-16-dude-whats-your-problem-show-notes/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/distressedtojoyful_baileysway/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/distressedtojoyful.baileysway/ WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/mv3wCAQ1fRY SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://whatisheybailsdoing.com/support-the-show/ SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BaileysWayDesigns
Hombre, Ombre, Harambe the Gorilla. Yeah, we blew it on the name of the strain we smoked, LOL. At least the high was great and so is the rest of the show! Mr Weedman covers cannabis news from around the world and a great story of a patient successfully replacing his MS meds with cannabis. Woohoo! Mrs. Weedman covers a research update on cannabis use for bipolar disorder, cannabis and lung disease, and fun holiday activities to do while you're high. (*We smoked Harambe OG - cross of GG4 & Dead Head OG. Also called Dead Gorilla OG.) Thanks for listening and as always, hit us up!Twitter: @weedman420podIG: @weedman420chroniclesemail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYouTube: Weedman420 Chronicles@weedman420chronicleswww.eightdecades.com#ImHigh #Cannabis #StomptheStigma #HomeGrow #FreethePlant #CannabisEducation #CannabisResearch #Weed #Marijuana #LegalizeIt #CannabisNews #CBD #Terpenes #Podcast #CannabisPodcast #eightdecades #LPP #Indica #Sativa #craftcannabis #harambeOG Article Links:* https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cannabis/22/12/29976153/paralyzed-dad-with-ms-replaces-75-pills-a-day-with-cannabis-and-gets-back-on-his-feet* https://thefreshtoast.com/medical-marijuana/cannabis-has-unique-benefits-for-people-with-bipolar-disorder-finds-new-research/* https://www.inverse.com/mind-body/cannabis-tobacco-study-debunk* https://hightimes.com/news/connecticut-governor-to-expunge-thousands-of-cannabis-convictions/COPYRIGHT 2021 WeedMan420Chronicles©
#26: There is a lot of laughter in today's conversation, and we're overjoyed to share the lighthearted energy Keithy brings to the show. But make no mistake, Keithy worked hard for this life that she loves, and she continues to work every day to keep it, and to share what she's learned.In this episode, we dive into Keithy's story, including the following topics:Her family's history with alcohol use, and how attempts to demonize drinking may have had the opposite effect,Learning to live with and manage Bipolar Disorder as a Latina woman (there is no word for "Bipolar" in Spanish!),The moment she realized that her substance use was not only hurting her, but harming and disrespecting the people she loves,Why she celebrates two recovery birthdays, more than 7 years apart,How an unexpected Demi Lovato song may have saved her life,What conversations with her family look like today.CW: In this episode we mention suicide attempts. If that conversation feels unsafe for you, it is always ok to skip a week, or to have a trusted friend listen first. Join the community by downloading The Phoenix App! In the app, you can connect with Liz, Bryce and other listeners in The Rise Recover Live Podcast Group. Let us know what you thought about today's episode, and what you'd like to hear in future shows! We can't wait to chat with you there.Learn more about The Phoenix, sign up for classes, or become a volunteer at https://thephoenix.org/ .