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A Blind Case Study to Open; Mustering Conduct

A voice slightly raised with enthusiasm welcomes, “Good morning, how are you doing? It’s great to see you.” A raspy low tone voice greets methodically, “Yeah, it’s morning. I’m doing alright. What did you do today?” *********************Can you see the … Continue reading

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To The Believers

I call upon all that believe that I have provided useful information in regards to Bipolar Disorder and helping others to feel not alone, or helping them through a situation because I wrote a post that somehow they feel that … Continue reading

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Consequences For The Listening Entreprenurial Bipolar Disordered

In the “land of” Bipolar Disorder one typically finds the un-medicated, under-medicated and the “Bull” who does not listen to ideas presented. You can see them in supervisors, managers, employees who have worked at the same job for an extended … Continue reading

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The Turn Over Rate

Have you ever watched people? I watch all the time and I see all kinds of things as I cast glances here and there driving, stopping, “consumerizing” myself with needs and wants shopping at various locations and shops. I love … Continue reading

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Repeated Exposure Triggering

One of the things about being a counselor is that we are taught to divert attention to a different aspect when the client is trying to discuss feelings about what is happening for them. One could say that on average … Continue reading

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Embarking On The Journey With A Spinning Door

Whether you leave for a moment, take matters into your own hands, or create a gasp of shock, it’s always the other side that creates more of a challenge. To begin, try to move through, be less reactive, ignore the … Continue reading

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The Correlation Between Repeated Exposure and Depression

I bring to the “table” the term “Repeated Exposure” so that one can understand the depth of what Repeated Exposure is. Repeated Exposure is when something/situation/activity/environmental situation/emotional state occurs over and over again. There is no specific time limit in … Continue reading

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A Letter For Change

Typically speaking most low income families are on Income Assistance and have a type of mental illness that has created a chemical imbalance thus making it difficult to maintain employment and coping with everyday functions from self care to looking … Continue reading

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Mental Illness and Criminal Acts

With the latest escapades of the mental illness that is running rampant and of course all the expressions of dismay and some haven’t made through the last mass murder and I’m having a hard time dealing with everyone’s dismay and … Continue reading

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The Bipolar Workshop

ISBN:  978-1482665529 RETAIL PRICE                                      $20.85 WWW.CREATESPACE.COM/4191083 Non Fiction: Mental Health; Bipolar Disorder Excerpt: We are born without defences – vulnerable and dependent upon the adult world for our survival. We have the potential to develop an infinite array of energy … Continue reading

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