Ending Stigmas: Bipolar Disorder

Ending Stigmas: Bipolar Disorder

This week, Brandon discusses having bipolar II disorder and the debilitating effect it has had on his life in recent years. January gives her point of view on being the spouse of someone with bipolar disorder and the challenges that come with that. This is a heavier episode with some intense subject matter, but equally necessary to begin ending the stigma attached to mental illness in our society. 

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6 thoughts on “Ending Stigmas: Bipolar Disorder

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your story and journey with all of us. I have family members that struggle with mental health, and so much of what you describe resonated with me. I know it takes a lot of trust to put yourself out there like that, and you both do it so often! I really appreciate it. You both inspire me. Thank you for all of your podcasts!

  2. Brandon (& January), I’m so happy to hear that juicing and B-12 has helped with your mental health. I, too, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder when I was 18-19 years old, which then changed into manic depressive disorder in my 20’s, and so I have been on and off meds, and have always battled depression through my 30’s. It wasn’t until I stumbled upon Dr. Mark Hyman’s book “The UltraMind Solution” book, which changed my life when I started supplementing with vitamin-D and selenium (because I also have a high level of heavy metal toxicity). I highly recommend this book.

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