Sarah’s Perspective

John asked me to write something about living with him, and more specifically him and his conditions. And right there I start to feel awkward… yes he endures his bi polar, depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress. These are all things he shared with me on our first coffee date almost 12 years ago. I … Continue reading Sarah’s Perspective


Self-Reported Long-Term Benefits of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in Patients with Bipolar Disorder The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Despite methodological limitations, this survey allowed documenting mindfulness practice and perceived sustained benefit from MBCT in patients with BD. Participants particularly valued increased awareness that they can influence their own health. Both informal and formal practices, when sustained … Continue reading Mindfulness

Recovery Plan: Exercise…Why

Ok...honeymoon is over.  i've been kind and now it is time to be tough.  No one wants to be told they need to exercise.  If you like being told to exercise it is probably because you already engagein some sort of thing that helps your body.  Me.  i like food. i don't eat a lot, … Continue reading Recovery Plan: Exercise…Why