Bipolar HK Founder Sadie in the South China Morning Post Sat Oct 29 2016

Bipolar Hong Kong Founder Sadie Kaye in the South China Morning Post



Interesting article on discrimination in the workplace – do you agree?


Jamie Oliver Proves McDonalds Unfit For Human Consumption

As if we didn’t know it in our hearts already, chef Jamie Oliver has successfully sued Mikkey D’s by proving that a McDonalds’ burger meat is unfit for human consumption, consisting of dog meat that has literally been painted to look like food with colorants. If this don’t give you indigestion, nothing will….


Bon appetit, crappy mealers!

“You want fries with that?” Jamie Oliver applies for a job at McDonalds

REMINDER: Bipolar Support Group 31st October (NEXT MONDAY!!!)

Looking forward to meeting some new members at the next bipolar support group on Monday 31st October (Halloween) at 7pm. We will meet at Starbucks at DUDDEL STREET (opposite Gucci on Queens Road Central) for 2 hours and continue the Halloween fun at Ocean Park. Sorry about the venue change. With so many new people joining, a more conservative venue seemed desirable. TEXT 64092877 to confirm your attendance and we look forward to a ghoulish evening of Halloween high jinx and chat! Nearest MTR: Central, Exit G the landmark, turn left on Queens Road Central and you’ll see Gucci straight ahead….


Shout out to all OCDs: RTHK Need YOU for a new documentary!


Following the unexpected & slightly derailing awards success of her 2015 documentary The Bipolar Express, Bipolar Hong Kong founder Sadie Kaye has been commissioned by RTHK to produce & present another lively half hour documentary for the broadcaster, this time exploring the myths, truths, stigma & stereotypes of life with OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). The doc, titled As Bad As It Gets, will air in 2017.

If you would like to share your views & experiences with OCD in the documentary, email introducing yourself and providing your phone number. 


Sadie as RTHK’s Miss Adventure

Happy Bipolar Awareness Day!

It’s that much celebrated public holiday Bipolar Awareness Day! Ok, it’s not a public holiday…. But it IS bipolar awareness day! Happy thoughts and well wishes! Only a couple more weeks to Halloween! The next bipolar support group takes place at Ocean Park! Details to follow…..