In this episode, Bailey discusses the research she’s found on the connection between Bipolar Disorder and Hypersexuality. You’ll learn more about what hypersexuality actually is and how it can impact the lives of those with bipolar disorder. Additionally, Bailey takes the time to talk about her own personal experiences with hypersexuality and how it affected her life. She hopes that by tuning in, you’ll be able to better understand this often-overlooked side of bipolar disorder, you’ll hear stories that resonate with you or you’ll leave this episode with a kinder, more compassionate heart. (OR – all three!)
What was it like to be a high school kid who has just been diagnosed with bipolar disorder back in 2010? Bailey discusses her experience telling her friends and her boyfriend at the time about her recent diagnosis and how things seemed to suddenly change for her. Learn better ways to approach opening up to your friends and loved ones about your struggles so that you can skip the heartache and pain that Bailey dealt with. Plus, discover alternative reactions to consider using if a friend or loved one opens up to you about their struggles.
I’ve heard of bipolar disorder, but what exactly is it? And how does it affect people? Join host, Bailey Reber, as she breaks down the details of bipolar disorder while encouraging those who are considering seeking help to do so. Learn what type of bipolar disorder Bailey was diagnosed with and options for success when choosing a psychiatrist for the first time.
Tune in as Bailey discusses the Do’s and Don’ts when trying to support a loved one who is feeling depressed. She discusses information she’s gathered via trusted sources as well as speaking from the heart about real-life experiences. She hopes that you’ll leave this episode with a better understanding of what you can and should do when supporting a loved one through their depression.
Tune in as Bailey gets vulnerable and talks all about what her bipolar disorder depressive episodes have felt like over the years. She goes into detail on behaviors that she would often (and still sometimes does) engage in while depressed as a way to help those who have never experienced depression to better understand it. It’s also an opportunity for those currently dealing with depression or intermittent depressive episodes to hear that you are not alone.