Thanks to The Mighty for publishing this piece on Bipolar HK founder Sadie Kaye's sleepwalking misadventures on New Year’s Day! The Aspect of Bipolar That Led to Being (Wrongfully) Arrested on a Plane…Twice! Bipolar Hong Kong is now an official partner of The Mighty. Watch this space for future collaborations and join the conversation on bipolar disorder and other … Continue reading Bipolar Hong Kong Unites with The Mighty!
The Mental Ideas Podcast is a weekly podcast in which Bipolar HK founder & RTHK presenter Sadie Kaye takes a humorous look at innovative approaches to tackling mental health, performing bold social experiments and discussing the results with an eclectic mix of guests from the worlds of film, politics, entertainment, the arts & charity. Showman Mat Ricardo will … Continue reading Mental Ideas Podcast
After being invited to discuss suicide in response to the suicides of Anthony Bordain and Kate Spade on RTHK's Backchat, I penned this stream of consciousness article trying to rationalize the spike in suicide stats (according to the New York Times, it has leapt in popularity as a life-obliterating lifestyle choice by 25% since 1999). Reliving my … Continue reading The Importance of Doing What We’re Bad At – Sadie Kaye
MAT RICARDO - WOOF Humorist, juggler, table cloth lifter and writer-performer extraordinaire gives his spin on a meh week with bipolar disorder... MAT ON THE JONATHAN ROSS SHOW BBC TELEVISION
MENTAL IDEAS is an irreverent, witty, unashamedly provocative non-profit film and media platform promoting awareness of mental health issues, all forms of artistic expression, innovation and social enterprise. The platform spotlights artists, writers, filmmakers and social entrepreneurs from around the world, exploring how they are using the arts, film and media to engage and explain mental health … Continue reading Call 4 Submissions: MENTAL IDEAS!
Ever since I was a teenager, for periods of months at a time, I have led an exhausting double life: My Life Awake and My Life Asleep. One of my lives makes no sense at all. And the other only occurs when I’m asleep. Frequently, my friends and perfect strangers have startled me with far-fetched … Continue reading My Life Asleep by Sadie Kaye