Meetings

Maria Bamford – Manic ideas

Manic ideas are always in the realm of possibility. If I ever start talking to fast, give me a ride. A lot of “great ideas”. Strong repetitive shit ideas. Calling to Pope… “someone should give that guy a jingle jangle”. https://www.crazymeds.us/ https://www.crazymeds.us/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/MedClass/MoodStabilizers

Bipolar study, men, ages 18-39

Echo Project Management Group, Inc. We are boutique style medical project coordinators and we are here to offer a voice to those that suffer, an opportunity to take an active role in treatment through their participation in our studies. We have a study for next week for men ages 18-39 diagnosed with Bipolar. It is … Read more…

Women’s Bipolar & Anxiety Support Group

Women's Bipolar & Anxiety Support Group

This is a support group for people who identify as women that live with bipolar disorder and anxiety. We welcome trans woman here 💜. No TERFS allowed. GUIDELINES: Respect each other and don’t be rude, you will be blocked if you can not be respectful. (If you can’t say anything nice, please don’t say anything … Read more…

Maria Bamford, Jackie Kashian, Apr 22 Sat, 7pm

Maria Bamford

Our Dbsa group are going to the Rialto Theatre, to see Maria Bamford and Jackie Kashian Sat, 4-22. Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm. Jackie Kashian’s comedy is like listening to a really racy episode of All Things Considered. She is comic, writer, and occasional actor… she just did her first late night set … Read more…

Local news review the Dbsa Wellness Tracker

DBSA Wellness Tracker

CHICAGO (WLS) — We use apps on our phones for just about everything, but can an app make you feel better, sleep more or calm down? The potential for smartphone therapy is enormous, doctors say. Dbsa Wellness Tracker, from Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. Every year, 20 percent of Americans have symptoms of depression or … Read more…

Swab of your DNA can help doctors prescribe the best for meds for Mood disorders

Genesight Psychotropic Sample Report

The GeneSight Psychotropic laboratory developed a test that analyzes how your genes affect the way your body may respond to FDA-approved medicines commonly prescribed to treat depression, anxiety, bipolar disease, schizophrenia or other behavioral health conditions. Treatments can involve much trial and error when it comes to medications, as not everyone responds the same way … Read more…

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