Remission in bipolar disorder is much like remission in RA—it is not considered “cured” if your symptoms disappear. It is assumed that you can have them return at any time, particularly if you step out of treatment.
Seemingly unimportant to you, but for me it was something of a surprise. I woke up January 1st, 2017.
I think most people make some kind of resolution each year.
It’s that time of year yet again, the end of the old year where we reflect on all the things that have happened, we have achieved, celebrated, reflected on and the beginning of a whole new year. Towards the end of last year I got thinking about this topic and started to write down for … Continue reading Amanda’s New Years Reflections
So, what are you waiting for? Be the hero of your own story. We are all rooting for you.
Can you believe it's 2017?? This past year has FLOWN by! Yet so much has happened.
It's that time of year, the end of the old year where we reflect on all the things that have happened, we have achieved, celebrated, reflected on and the beginning of a whole new year. I always find it an interesting question and topic of conversation within our society that when it comes close to … Continue reading Amanda’s New Year’s Resolution
With the new year usually comes resolutions...or our attempts at them. We want to get fit, eat better, buy exercise equipment or a gym membership, travel more, save more money, get organized. These are all admirable, healthy aspirations. I've made all of these resolutions on a yearly basis (sometimes on a weekly or monthly basis). … Continue reading Melanie’s Resolutions for 2016
I have a confession to make... I have never really seen the point in making New Years Resolutions. It always seemed like a waste of time. But this year will be the year of major changes (no longer a student and now a full-time business owner) so I thought I would give it a try. … Continue reading Nichole’s New Years Resolutions