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BipolarLife101 is an online tool providing support to individuals battling mental illness, dual-diagnosis, along with helping friends and family members also affected by mental illness. We use simple terms, examples and amazing life stories from people who battle mental health issues everyday, so their stories may help people battling a mental illness and to help family members understand the battle their love one fights every day.

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 BipolarLife101 - Founded 2014
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30 December 2018
Manic depression effects or Bipolar depression is actually considered as one of the worst type of d...
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21 December 2018
Studies have shown that about 20 million Americans receive some form of depression treatment on an ...
Ryan S
17 December 2018
If you have depression, or at least you think you have one, you must realize that you should not di...

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