The Importance of Doing What We’re Bad At – Sadie Kaye

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

Woof by Mat Ricardo

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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

Helping A Bipolar Loved One

Respect to you! It can be a nightmare caring for a bipolar loved one. Trust me, I’m bipolar... During the extremes of our bipolarity, we are incapable of seeing things from your perspective. We are relentlessly inconsiderate of your feelings. It’s always ten steps up, twenty steps down with us. We’re exhausting. And the worst … Continue reading Helping A Bipolar Loved One

RIP Robin (3 years on)

Depression is a flaw in chemistry, not character!

Say NO to stigma!