Would you turn off your bipolar disorder?

Musician Keido Bond is keen to share his experience of living with bipolar.Read more

Facing my Demons

My character Sapphira has been a huge gift because I can escape the drudgery of day to day life on the stage.Read more

'This is the real me' - Ailsa's story

I am not a label, I am Ailsa. I've redefined myself and my life. I hope I can inspire others, so that they too can be the authors of their own lives.I am writing my own.Read more

Grandiose: Redefining a common symptom of bipolar

Luyando Malawo explains the concept behind her ethically sourced t-shirts and caps for the betterment of those living with bipolarRead more

Support Group Focus

From today we are shining the spotlight on Peer Support Groups across the UK that are doing an incredible job by going that extra mile.Read more

Match Funding March

One of our amazing donors has offered to match fund every single donation we receive until March 31st. In short your donation will be worth double.Read more

Bipolar: Five tips for the romantically involved

Molly gives five tips to help you cope with the ups and downs of being in a relationship with someone who is living with bipolar.Read more

3 tips for supporting someone with bipolar

Molly offers her advice on how you can support someone with a mental health condition.Read more

Being sectioned isn't the end of your recovery, it's the start

I wanted to share my story to let those living with bipolar, in particular psychosis or mania, know that there is hope beyond being detained.Read more

The CRiB study: tackling cognitive difficulties in bipolar disorder

Researchers from Centre for Affective Disorders at King’s College London, led by Professor Allan Young, investigate whether cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) can improve cognition in people with bipolar disorderRead more