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Bipolar I vs. Bipolar II Disorder

Bipolar disorder, also called manic depression, is a mental health condition characterized by extreme high and low moods that can be intercepted by periods of symptom-free, “normal” mood. Symptoms can occur between the two poles of depression and mania:...

Survival Tips for the Holidays; Using DBT skills

The holiday season often brings unwelcome guests-stress and depression. The holidays present a huge demand for parties, shopping, baking, cleaning, and entertaining. While we cannot control the world around us, we can practice our skills to navigate our challenges and...

New Year , New Me? (DBT Middle Path)

DBT Middle Path It is officially 2020. The beginning of a new year, the beginning of a new decade. There can be a lot of pressure surrounding a new year; many expectations for change and for the possibility of something new. Yet what does a new year really represent?...

DBT: Reducing Vulnerability

It’s the start of a new year, as such it is time to put forth the new you. Like many have said, it’s 2020 and that means a new vision toward moving forward in your life. Whether it means personal or professional goals, knowing what is best for you is always important....

DBT: Changing Your Body Chemistry

Have you found yourself in a situation experiencing rapid emotions, not being able to process what is happening? How about doing something without even thinking? Often, we may not even be aware of what really goes on in our bodies when we are unfamiliar or...

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