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Kim K asks public to show compassion, empathy to Kanye West

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Kim K asks public to show compassion, empathy to Kanye West

"West was back on Twitter last night and now his wife is weighing in another series of strange tweets Tuesday night that has since been deleted. Kanye West claim that he's been trying to divorce his wife, Kim Kardashian that she tried to get him committed on a psychiatric hold. And he's thinking of delaying his bid for president until 2024 in our first response to West recent behavior Carnation posted on Instagram Wednesday and seemed to confirm that the rappers dealing with a manic episode Bipolar disorder that she's trying to get him help, and he's a brilliant and complicated person who needs compassion and empathy. Right now. Correspondent Jason Nathan Seuin reporting winds news

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Kim Kardashian West Releases Supportive Kanye Statement

Daily Pop

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Kim Kardashian West Releases Supportive Kanye Statement

"Kim Kardashian finally breaks her silence about Conway, now a short time ago, Kim posted a long statement on Instagram, calling the situation difficult and painful. She says she hasn't spoken about Connie's bipolar disorder before because she's very protective of him and their kids privacy Kim says families are powerless to help someone unless the person is willing to accept the help. She ends her statement asking for understanding and compassion. What was your reaction when you read this thing in full? I mean it's obviously kind of a continuation of what I said yesterday. The entire thing is really heartbreaking. I feel like what she put out. Was the most appropriate thing to say, which was basically as much as the statement was long. Listed facts didn't really say anything. It really was just like he's going through this. There's nothing I can really do I need a ride this out with my husband and my family. I'm asking you guys to ride this out as well and not make a mockery of what's going on. He's clearly very ill and just kind of be sensitive to what's going on. This is a real issue. This is not a storyline on a show. This is not something that's happening for publicity. This is somebody who's really going through some sort of manic episode and she's just asking for people to realize. The severity of the situation and I think that the best thing she could have done. I just think twenty twenty is the year of awareness. I think there's this is the year where you can't turn a blind eye to certain things, and you can't say that you don't know where you don't understand or I. Think the compassion around these illnesses are going to be our greater, too. So I think whereas in the past where people were claiming this and another Kanye rent or make this thing where he needs help and things. Things like that. People are actually are him becoming means on instagram and doing all the joking things now it's becoming more serious now. It's a little bit more serious that we're seeing this like. Hold up! He has a real problem. We can't start joking about this anymore. We need to reach out the open our arms to him and help him as much as we can. Because, this isn't just a memo on instagram anymore. This is real life.

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Kanye West posts bizarre Twitter rant: ‘Kim tried to bring a doctor to lock me up’

Daily Pop

04:52 min | 2 months ago

Kanye West posts bizarre Twitter rant: ‘Kim tried to bring a doctor to lock me up’

"So Connie went on twitter tirade last night. Saying things like Chris. Stay away from his kids. He slammed Kim's playboy spread and he even said the movie. Get out is about him. Yeltsin claims that Kim was going to fly out to Wyoming with the doctor to get him locked up, so it sounds like Kim is trying to get him help, but these tweets which our now deleted did get pretty personal. How do you guys feel if you can? I mean how are you supposed to feel this entire thing is so devastating. I feel like this has been something that's been going on with Connie for a while now. Obviously, he's been pretty open about his mental illness, and the struggles that he's had with it in the past. It is very clear that he's obviously going through something. Obviously, we don't know if that means he's you know. Stop taking certain medications or whatever has gone on. On, but clearly he's in a little bit more of a manic state. I'm not a doctor so I. Don't know if that's the right terminology, but clearly clearly going there's something and as his wife and partner for so many years mother of his children. I mean I'm sure it's devastating for her I. Mean I know firsthand what it's like to deal with somebody who has mental illness and let me tell you something it is horrific. Horrific you are not dealing with a person that is a the right sound mind, so it's almost impossible to help them, and they feel like everybody is sort of attacking them in what he was tweeting about being locked up. It's like she's not trying to lock you up. She's trying to help you and get you WANNA. Pass right now to get you to your most Sane Self, so I'm sure it's dead the skating for her. What do you think? I mean if you haven't dealt with someone who has gone through mental illness, especially member. You really do not know the distance that you are willing to go for that person you know people ask questions like when is enough enough? But when this is your family member, you have go the distance and for people are forever, and when people are going through manic episodes. Is sometimes they will say things that will cut deep. They will say things that will hurt their actions Are you know pretty irrational at times when you have family members? Sometimes you just have to take a step outside of the situation and assess what's going, and sometimes you're able to realize okay. They were in the right state of mind. They were saying things that maybe they do not mean and and you're. You're willing to just ride it out with them for him. This is the father of her children. This is her husband who we know adores her, so I feel like she is going to do whatever it takes to help him and to get him better, but you guys. There is no simple solution. There is not sanction. This is a lifelong journey, so I think right now. The whole family is going through it. But also with Kim, you know she has to assess how she is feeling. Because as you are not well, then you're trying to fill someone else's cost. That is half. Empty your nothing for yourself so it also it just falls on. You know you need to assess how you are. You need to help this person, but it's going to be a journey. Be. A mother continued to be a mother to the four children. She also has to be both mom and dad right now, and I think that a lot of I mean I've gone through this personally, but you know like people with mental illness have a hard time taking medication because they do complain that it causes them to feel jake or less, creative or sort of a little bit foggy, and I think that obviously we know I've been a huge conde. Conde stand from day one. He's obviously a musical genius, and he's somebody that constantly wants to be in the zone wants to be creating wants to be putting out certain things and when he's taking stuff that makes him feel like he's not living up to that. Potential I can understand him saying well. I don't want to do that to myself anymore. But unfortunately what we saw last night with the tweeting is the effects of not taking care of himself right? Right one hundred percent I think if you look at the history of the Kardashian women and their relationships. If you look at chloe and Lamar if you look at Scott in Courtney. Even when those relationships were romantically done, they never gave up on those people we saw how chloe came to Lamar's rescue, and how Chris was behind her, and how the sisters were behind her to help Lamar get out of the spot. He's at so being someone like Kim. WHO's? WHO's a part of a family like that? WHO believes that wind? She has kids or this man. She is not going to give up on him even if she's out of this situation for herself, she is going to stay in this for kids and I. Think the most devastating part for Cam, which is also the most devastating part for me. Is that people on the Internet are egging this on and laugh about this man going through this manic episode? Nine might be saying things that cut deep and are very personal, but I think she can get over that. I think what's going to her. Is that people are sitting here in laughing at this man going through this, and that is going to be the problem,

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Doctor helps former inmates care for their mental health

New Yorker Radio Hour

05:53 min | 3 months ago

Doctor helps former inmates care for their mental health

"A lot of us have someone in the family or someone close who is addicted to drugs or has some kind of mental illness manic episodes or paranoia they can't keep out of trouble and we can't figure out how to take care of them those are the kind of people who end up in doctor test ins office hi Marianne it's make test a psychiatrist from Cleveland since I can't hear myself at the agency I'm outside Dr testa has been recording dispatches from her office and it's down to every little detail be using to call my insurance sector test as a psychiatrist for people who turn in and out of the criminal justice system so as they come out of Ohio's prisons and jails she tries to keep them from going back in that is if she can find them ever since the local jail started releasing inmates rapid fire Dr testa is struggling just to keep track of patients much less treat I'm like in my office one day I'm trying to call the patient I'm trying to call the patient I'm hanging it up and my desk phone rings and it's one of my patients that was my patient two years prior and he had just been let out of a jail with no meds no treatment no nothing and told to just give a promise to link up with his doctor he did call me but by this time he was calling me to tell me how many banks he owns and how much money he had and how great he was doing because he was fully manic doctor tester has blurred some of the details of the case to protect the identity says there's no way a person in his state could consent to sharing his story and she's giving the name Bobby he was on the bus when he was on the phone with me he's using drugs and alcohol he's without treatment he has really think he needs treatment he doesn't even know how to keep themselves safe from corona virus because he thinks the whole thing is like a trip by the government and its martial law and it's it's a whole lot of nothing that needs to be worried about Dr testis is this call from a bus this is not the way to get started with the patient if you want any chance of helping someone begin a new life after prison you need to start the minute they walk out that Kate and what's missing right now more than ever is a handoff from the jail or prison to the people who can help the problem is is that if we don't even know that they're out we're gonna lose them at this point Bobby has had weeks on the street without medication making choices that could hurt him how are you coping all doctor tester can do is wait for his calls any fever or coughing anything like that trouble breathing it's possible that I'm just the only person in his life that he can think of that I'll pick up the phone and talk to him right now I spend the next several weeks checking in to see how those conversations are going tell me back to test is going to somehow coax him off the bus off the streets and into her office for help I know we miss you too we miss you too when she was young Dr testa had a close family member with mental illness who like so many ended up behind bars she remembers sending letters to the prison now she's part of a team of doctors and counselors and case workers whose mission is to help people with mental health problems exit the criminal justice system she works for recovery resources one of a network of agencies that contract with the state and county to set up housing healthcare re have ideally the movement of prisoners released they'll pick him up they'll try to get his income sorted out I'll take him to family services they'll try to get in food stamps the taken shopping again and clothing of help in the fight for jobs but when cove in nineteen hits they had to pull back dramatically to comply with the higher shut down order they can't drive people places so much is closed anyway only a few people at a time are allowed to come to their office for appointments the normally full waiting room there's only one person there K. sitting in the corner wearing a mask a lot of their services from psych evaluations to group counseling are on the phone or over computers which is hard for everyone do you guys want me nobody saying hi there well there are needed okay thank it's the reporter for that thing I'm doing radio radio anathema studies a social worker Dr testa works closely with him Donovan she's also been recording herself while she spends a frustrating amount of time searching for the people she's supposed to be helping you give me the address on the vetting right now she's trying to find Jermaine who was among the nine hundred inmates released from jail in Cleveland after cove it hit Jermaine has schizo affective disorder among other things so it is eleven forty eight it's a nats here trying to locate a client who was released from city jail without a plan and I wasn't aware of his release so now I am trying to figure that out so I'm gonna send this email now with Jermaine was and that's client last year when he came out of a longer stint in prison they were making some progress trying to treat his addiction and prescribing psych medication but as is often the case he got locked up again she was waiting for information about his court dates and release and then she found out he's been out for a week and a half his parole officer emailed saying she has no idea where he is he is declared whereabouts unknown

Ellen and Yvette In Lockdown

Mentally Yours

05:17 min | 3 months ago

Ellen and Yvette In Lockdown

"Hey if it's been like a long time since you've just had like just one on one chat. Offset. Bits of the country and. Fire laptops and things. It's really strange, isn't it? We thought would dip in different episodes this week because we didn't have an expert on talking about you know the bigger picture. How people being affected across the country? If they have mental health issues during the pandemic we thought well. Why don't we talk about how we've been affected? Just so that people consider I. Guess get like a first person kind of. Account, because as I feel like a ban on this by about constantly, but you know I've got bipolar disorder and you've got the. Seating his. Fun But. It's nice to like maybe this hour. Bet as well and say you know when not experts here's how we're doing. How you guys doing is all. Like come chat. Please do as well because obviously. This is just a punk cost between two people right now, but like talk to us on twitter facebook again definitely. Correct! Yeah, so affects great, which is mentally ill, also mentally Juarez's the twitter. Absolutely I feel that. Give out advice about. We'll stick to routine and do some exercise, but like. Is Hard radio sniff. I mean white sticking tour routine. Because I. Know I would have done though is off to speaking to all these experts said constantly. How good routine is fuel mental health I have Rishon out my routine and on Sundays. Yeah, it isn't. It isn't 'cause, but the thing is like most days I managed to stick to it, and then I feel like a loser because I haven't done it, so the thing is the moment like my sleep is very bad, so even had a sleep expert on gave his tips it still like. It hasn't managed to stop me from I. Wake Radio early now, so my routine. It's like get up at seven o'clock but. My. But I'm actually waking up like three am. Four am five am. And really full of adrenaline Sir I. Don't feel I can go back to sleep at that point. So you get open. Do stuff or do you just stay in bed? He has an. Varies an I it something I really am trying to keep an eye on and keep track of because. Some days I wake up without of energy I'll be really creative rows of style for like writer. The song like. I'll just at one point Nephew's birthday and I made minimum. A. Birthday, cake and a list and very helpful, but at the same time Hossam is just dislike I. Really need to be careful because the fight. What I'm describing is like. the the initial phases of potentially a hyper manic episode. So so all this creativity is great, but possibly is always thinking I. Really need to translate down. So what I do is already do one thing at a time, so even if I woken up at the a goal is ideas I'll be like well or so I'm Gonna I'm going to. Write, this thing I'm I'm going to do this of cleaning. I'M GONNA. Do but what can happen, is I want to do lots of stuff in between like I'll start doing the washing up. Then I'll start doing something, but what? I'll try to slow down as like. I'll do the washing up and finish it, and then all right some hurt tree, and finish them or like is is a bit. Crazy. You? You were going into hyper mania. What would? What would you do like? Are you able to kind of okay? This is what I need to do or is it I need kind of emergency urgent. Help at this point well, I mean the things like hyper menu mania. That's the thing like I'm not I'm not actually even that. Maybe. I'm maybe not even that worried about high mania because menu was manulife manual. When I've had it before is actually losing touch with the vanisi psychosis oldest gagged and stuff where you could potentially sections. Mania is things like to me is like spending lots of money impulsively being creative. Big Very talkative like so Yeah, it's not ideal, and in terms of I mean to want to question in terms of like how how do I deal with that I mean? The things I've escaped like trying to slow down. Do One thing at a time I mean I have friends in my my mom said of checking checking off mate, not like in a way that they really ever talk about disorder, but they are regularly checking. Who May which is useful? Because if I stopped telling them that I think I can fly or something. They'll. Hopefully they'll nice young hopefully. Things I mean like my mom's sort of been through this with me before like so she. She knows like in my voice. On Hammond Speaking Mike where I am pretty much emotionally and I've identified you. I've been supreme much through all through the pandemic anyway like I've had at the moment I'm going to high, but in the post of being a bit of depression.

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My Platonic Romance on the Psych Ward

Modern Love

02:15 min | 1 year ago

My Platonic Romance on the Psych Ward

"Today's essay is about making friends in a really unusual place. Genie banescu writes about her relationship with a woman named anita in her essay my platonic romance on the psych psych ward. It's read by actor director. Miriam shore who stars in tv land's younger. She's also appeared in the americans. The good wife and jessica jones anita and i met five years ago as roommates at a hospital just outside of new york city according to the brochure and our patient and take folders the hospital scene at grounds boasted rolling lawns open meadows forests and a gazebo but and why would we care about landscaping. The brochure reminded me of a commercial. I had seen for hulu while watching who we didn't need an advertisement for the hospital. We were locked inside. I was twenty eight stuck in yet another manic episode in yet another psychiatric ward anita was twenty four experiencing her first anik episode. A lack of sleep had left with purple crescent under her eyes. We sat on her uncomfortable twin beds and shared stories. That would make new roommates in most situations since i'm comfortable. Anita told me that in the ambulance she had suspected she was being driven to a secret location and a team of progressive political operatives would prime her for presidential campaign. I knew the recent election was over. She said this was for future campaign. She looked down on confiding all this so i offered my own embarrassing story and once i was crossing the street and hallucinated that my eyes had fallen out by held up traffic while i patted the ground searching for my eyes and that was our introduction because in a psych ward friendships reverse engineered you start with the deep stuff off and get to the shallow stuff leader.

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"manic episode" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"manic episode" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Health online, and he's been writing about this stuff since nineteen ninety five. So he's got a nice article there that goes into really bipolar and, and just talks a little bit more. He goes into more detail that about the symptoms of polar. So I wanted to just kind of really go into these manic episode talk a little bit more about what that means and talk about the timeframes, so bipolar disorder to be diagnosed persons of experienced at least one manic or bipolar to Hypo manic episode, and then one depressive episode during their lifetime, which is pretty fascinating to see that kind of timeframe. So the manic episode is characterized by extreme happiness, extreme ability hyperactivity little need for sleep and a racing thoughts. Lead to this rapid speech and people in a manic, episode feel like they can do anything they make plans to try and do all of the things that they've ever wanted to do. And they believe that nothing can stop them. Sounds pretty amazing at times. Right. But the problem is that, that the more people kind of run into this ability, these extremes, this, little need for sleep racing thoughts the rapid speech that, that they aren't necessarily kind of thinking with their some people like to say, quote, right mind, which then when they are trying to do all these things that they feel that they're just feel so empowered to do that. It cannot necessarily be coming from a completely rational place, so hyper manic episode by polar to characterize away, the same symptoms, as manic episodes at the symptoms only need to have been the president for at least four days, and then a depressive episode is characterized by, like, we talked about extreme sadness lack of energy or interesting things and inability to enjoy normal, pleasurable activities and feelings of helplessness, or hopelessness on average, somebody with this condition might have up to three years of normal. Between episodes of mania or depression. So when left untreated the severity episodes can vary so people with this condition can often predict a new cycle, starting because they'll start to notice the severity of their symptoms, increasing. And, and I think the only other thing that really wanted to cover on this today is, is just the self help strategies they really do vary. Ineffectiveness and this is where I kind of feel like the acceptance and commitment therapy comes in so a lot of people here about strategies to treat bipolar disorder, and then they will try some of these strategies and if the strategy doesn't work for them they mmediately attached to the that didn't work. But if you are experiencing these extreme symptoms of mania, or severe depression, if you really do feel like these this concept of bipolar disorder speaks to you or is your experience. Please go seek help from a licensed therapist psychologist psychiatrist. And, and it's definitely worth it to take a look at it getting some help for this because what will often happen is people will even here. Gas like this and the my goal is to try to bring awareness, but people here podcast, and they'll try a couple of things maybe light-heartedly or or just kind of putting in a little bit of effort toward some of these okay, I'll do a little bit mindfulness or I'll try to be more aware of this. I'll try to eat a little bit more sleep. And then they're still experiencing these symptoms. And then it kind of goes to the what's wrong with me. And but so please go seek help because they part of what I really like is on the psych central website. They talk about living managing bipolar. So says there's many challenges living with this condition on a daily basis. But one important component of living with the condition is learning to build routines. And that is so key and stick with the routines, no matter what, what can often drive somebody into a manic depressive episode. And again, this is this is a Cording to. Dr John girl whole, but what can drive somebody there? Is is really? It's win the go off this routine or you know, somebody who is deciding one day again at their mood stabiliser that, that has helped them get to the point that there is no longer necessary, or, the, the anti psychotic medication that was working so well now has has completely fixed them. So they no longer need to take that. So, so having that routine sticking with that, routine, if the medications working stay on the medication. If you really want to start to look at getting off medication do so with the help of Dr psychiatrist, somebody who can really help help kind of talk about those things. But, but man, a lot of people start to just try to get off the medications on their own. They don't necessarily do that in a in a really healthy way, and then those symptoms can come back, sometimes even stronger than other so prognosis with appropriate treatment, the look for somebody with bipolar disorder is very favorable most people respond to medication and combination or combination of medications. And, and then on average a person is free of. Symptoms for about five years between the first and second episode. I thought that was pretty interesting data to as time goes on interval between may shorten, especially in cases, and here we go, which treatment is discontinued too soon. So it's estimated a personal bipolar disorder web and average of eight to nine moon episode at mood episodes during his or her lifetime. So get help. You know, learn more, there are an okay, I almost didn't cover this one. There are some medical conditions that can appear as bipolar but also or something else that those can include things like thyroid issues. So in this is why it's always important to get a medical checkup before me in conjunction with going to therapists neurological diseases like multiple sclerosis brain tumor stroke epilepsy. Those sort of things infections of the brain from conditions like each v or syphilis. Even there's some data around sleep apnea, lime disease, these things that can mimic, these symptoms of polar disorder deficiency, and certain vitamins, such as you know, there's, there's some other medications used to prevent other diseases that can cause some reactions that may appear to be similar bipolar disorder, so. Talk to your doctor about your medical history about your medications that you're currently helping helping in. They can help determine the cause of the condition that you have if a family member. Somebody is you feel like the only chuckle because it's like this thing where people will often want to diagnose someone in their family. Even if that person. Is not believing. They have an issue central rights as well. Family members may want to express their concern by describing specific behaviors to a personality non-judgmental fashion. The person with the disorder is less able to dismiss the observation if there's a consensus among family, or friends that distinctive pattern has emerged that can be a little bit tricky though, when everybody's saying, hey, we've all been talking, you know. And here's what we think you're going through. So so, you know, if the couple of questions that come up if I'm diagnosed bipolar will IBM medication the rest of my life. Again, not necessarily people are encouraged us stay medication. A lot of times, I feel like on medication. They can then seek therapy and learn the tool. So if they slowly start to get off medication under the supervision of Dr that their baseline is high enough, that at times, and they can really enact or naval the tools. If you really are determined to get off medication. Get those routines and place and, and really get that self-care going. And is there anything else I can do to help with the disorder? Another one that one of the questions yet. Yes. S learn everything that you can buy revokes, go to lectures, talk to a doctor and get support from others who have who've experienced bipolar disorder. They're, you know, it's just that concept of where the more, you know, the better but sometimes when people do hit the internet, and do a lot of Google, and that can that can cause people to feel a little bit more fear more panic. So if you feel like this is something you need to take a look at then please by all means consult what they medical professional for a medical evaluation. See if any of those other components those medical components might be in effect and set up a time to meet with a therapist license therapist psychologist, and it's, it's not gonna hurt you at all to go over some of these symptoms, or some of the things that your experience in your life, and it's perfectly fine to go into your therapist and say, hey, I've been really here's where we gotta deal with the reality people, Google, it people go in and say, I think I may be by polar. Let your therapist. No, and you guys can talk about that. And at least you can either get help for that. Or you can. Will that out? So hopefully now, you know, everything you need to know about bipolar disorder, and in seek help if you if you need some and keep those questions coming you can shoot me question it contact at Tony over dot com. And maybe we'll put those on a future podcast as well. So until next time, I'll see again, on the virtual couch. Bus..

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"manic episode" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"manic episode" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Health online, and he's been writing about this stuff since nineteen ninety five. So he's got a nice article there that goes into really bipolar and, and just talks a little bit more. He goes into more detail that about the symptoms of polar. So I wanted to just kind of really go into these manic episode talk a little bit more about what that means and talk about the timeframes, so bipolar disorder to be diagnosed persons of experienced at least one manic or bipolar to Hypo manic episode, and then one depressive episode during their lifetime, which is pretty fascinating to see that kind of timeframe. So the manic episode is characterized by extreme happiness, extreme ability hyperactivity little need for sleep and a racing thoughts. Lead to this rapid speech and people in a manic, episode feel like they can do anything they make plans to try and do all of the things that they've ever wanted to do. And they believe that nothing can stop them. Sounds pretty amazing at times. Right. But the problem is that, that the more people kind of run into this ability, these extremes, this, little need for sleep racing thoughts the rapid speech that, that they aren't necessarily kind of thinking with their some people like to say, quote, right mind, which then when they are trying to do all these things that they feel that they're just feel so empowered to do that. It cannot necessarily be coming from a completely rational place, so hyper manic episode by polar to characterize away, the same symptoms, as manic episodes at the symptoms only need to have been the president for at least four days, and then a depressive episode is characterized by, like, we talked about extreme sadness lack of energy or interesting things and inability to enjoy normal, pleasurable activities and feelings of helplessness, or hopelessness on average, somebody with this condition might have up to three years of normal. Between episodes of mania or depression. So when left untreated the severity episodes can vary so people with this condition can often predict a new cycle, starting because they'll start to notice the severity of their symptoms, increasing. And, and I think the only other thing that really wanted to cover on this today is, is just the self help strategies they really do vary. Ineffectiveness and this is where I kind of feel like the acceptance and commitment therapy comes in so a lot of people here about strategies to treat bipolar disorder, and then they will try some of these strategies and if the strategy doesn't work for them they mmediately attached to the that didn't work. But if you are experiencing these extreme symptoms of mania, or severe depression, if you really do feel like these this concept of bipolar disorder speaks to you or is your experience. Please go seek help from a licensed therapist psychologist psychiatrist. And, and it's definitely worth it to take a look at it getting some help for this because what will often happen is people will even here. Gas like this and the my goal is to try to bring awareness, but people here podcast, and they'll try a couple of things maybe light-heartedly or or just kind of putting in a little bit of effort toward some of these okay, I'll do a little bit mindfulness or I'll try to be more aware of this. I'll try to eat a little bit more sleep. And then they're still experiencing these symptoms. And then it kind of goes to the what's wrong with me. And but so please go seek help because they part of what I really like is on the psych central website. They talk about living managing bipolar. So says there's many challenges living with this condition on a daily basis. But one important component of living with the condition is learning to build routines. And that is so key and stick with the routines, no matter what, what can often drive somebody into a manic depressive episode. And again, this is this is a Cording to. Dr John girl whole, but what can drive somebody there? Is is really? It's win the go off this routine or you know, somebody who is deciding one day again at their mood stabiliser that, that has helped them get to the point that there is no longer necessary, or, the, the anti psychotic medication that was working so well now has has completely fixed them. So they no longer need to take that. So, so having that routine sticking with that, routine, if the medications working stay on the medication. If you really want to start to look at getting off medication do so with the help of Dr psychiatrist, somebody who can really help help kind of talk about those things. But, but man, a lot of people start to just try to get off the medications on their own. They don't necessarily do that in a in a really healthy way, and then those symptoms can come back, sometimes even stronger than other so prognosis with appropriate treatment, the look for somebody with bipolar disorder is very favorable most people respond to medication and combination or combination of medications. And, and then on average a person is free of. Symptoms for about five years between the first and second episode. I thought that was pretty interesting data to as time goes on interval between may shorten, especially in cases, and here we go, which treatment is discontinued too soon. So it's estimated a personal bipolar disorder web and average of eight to nine moon episode at mood episodes during his or her lifetime. So get help. You know, learn more, there are an okay, I almost didn't cover this one. There are some medical conditions that can appear as bipolar but also or something else that those can include things like thyroid issues. So in this is why it's always important to get a medical checkup before me in conjunction with going to therapists neurological diseases like multiple sclerosis brain tumor stroke epilepsy. Those sort of things infections of the brain from conditions like each v or syphilis. Even there's some data around sleep apnea, lime disease, these things that can mimic, these symptoms of polar disorder deficiency, and certain vitamins, such as you know, there's, there's some other medications used to prevent other diseases that can cause some reactions that may appear to be similar bipolar disorder, so. Talk to your doctor about your medical history about your medications that you're currently helping helping in. They can help determine the cause of the condition that you have if a family member. Somebody is you feel like the only chuckle because it's like this thing where people will often want to diagnose someone in their family. Even if that person. Is not believing. They have an issue central rights as well. Family members may want to express their concern by describing specific behaviors to a personality non-judgmental fashion. The person with the disorder is less able to dismiss the observation if there's a consensus among family, or friends that distinctive pattern has emerged that can be a little bit tricky though, when everybody's saying, hey, we've all been talking, you know. And here's what we think you're going through. So so, you know, if the couple of questions that come up if I'm diagnosed bipolar will IBM medication the rest of my life. Again, not necessarily people are encouraged us stay medication. A lot of times, I feel like on medication. They can then seek therapy and learn the tool. So if they slowly start to get off medication under the supervision of Dr that their baseline is high enough, that at times, and they can really enact or naval the tools. If you really are determined to get off medication. Get those routines and place and, and really get that self-care going. And is there anything else I can do to help with the disorder? Another one that one of the questions yet. Yes. S learn everything that you can buy revokes, go to lectures, talk to a doctor and get support from others who have who've experienced bipolar disorder. They're, you know, it's just that concept of where the more, you know, the better but sometimes when people do hit the internet, and do a lot of Google, and that can that can cause people to feel a little bit more fear more panic. So if you feel like this is something you need to take a look at then please by all means consult what they medical professional for a medical evaluation. See if any of those other components those medical components might be in effect and set up a time to meet with a therapist license therapist psychologist, and it's, it's not gonna hurt you at all to go over some of these symptoms, or some of the things that your experience in your life, and it's perfectly fine to go into your therapist and say, hey, I've been really here's where we gotta deal with the reality people, Google, it people go in and say, I think I may be by polar. Let your therapist. No, and you guys can talk about that. And at least you can either get help for that. Or you can. Will that out? So hopefully now, you know, everything you need to know about bipolar disorder, and in seek help if you if you need some and keep those questions coming you can shoot me question it contact at Tony over dot com. And maybe we'll put those on a future podcast as well. So until next time, I'll see again, on the virtual couch. Bus..

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"manic episode" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"manic episode" Discussed on WRVA

"All right. So lots of questions lined up Dr Bernard bite men connecting with coincidence. Let's start with Julie in Columbus, Ohio, on coast to coast, AM, Julie. Hi, I just wanted to tell you, I lived in. Eleven years, and then got my masters. In missouri. When I hear you. Well, yeah, you're not they would not be too far away from me here in Manhattan, Kansas. All right. I have experience I when it too. Psychiatric care in the world and it was sitting in my apartment having a really bad symptom of by four disorder. And this name of the hospital chain to mind. I'm not gonna say it is, and never heard of it before it went to Starbucks wifi. Ended up there had a really interesting question is twofold, one is I saw that internal GPS when it got exactly. I needed to go and never been in New York City before and ended up experiencing some treatment, it was horrible and good at the same time. How does that work with the GPS? How do you know what to follow? And the other thing experienced in the hospital, where people are reading my mind staff. What is your experience on those two particular issues in does the GPS ever stop? Those are a lot. But that's very interesting. Good. Go ahead document. You, you were having a manic episode of understand it appeared to be, but no, I don't think so. But okay, we'll say, yes. Okay. Well, I the doctors call it a manic episode. I'm not saying you did. Is that right? Yes. Reason I reason I emphasize that is because I'm just writing a section of my new book on the benefits of mania. At least sometimes the benefits of mania. In fast, but they also start having a mystical experiences. Sometimes at least some kind of and clairvoyant experiences and it, it's possible to use the manic episode the positive parts of it to help the person develop and that's not well known in yet. But I think one of these days, it will be the other questions, you ask about human GPS, I'd like to be able to answer. They are research questions is like when does it go away when, when is it there? It's probably vailable all the time according to person I site meaning that ability around all the time they're they're happening right now. But they emerged into consciousness or at least in behavior when we need them. The very interesting, and I would wanna go back to our question is how, how can we ever control? We'll do they just go away? We kind of dress that a little bit earlier. But if you want to tease that out a little bit more. Yeah. It's part of, of being able to trust your intuition, that we have voices inside of us that aren't always to our best interest. So learning to touch for some people, it's a still small voice for some people. It's more of a gut feeling and for other people, it's kind of an image, we get we get this information in various ways, because we aren't the same some of us run through different channels. Some of it could be almost like, what I feel is like on my skin. I feel things on my skin. I think that's where I feel it. I feel other people's energy fields, people don't feel energy feels that way. Don't even maybe they see them rather than feeling the way, I tend to. So it depends on what is your specialty when it comes to like intuitive messages and, and. Very. Terry is in van is California on coast to coast AM Terry. Good morning. Morning. Some of these terms recently new to me. Would call instructional pre cognitive dream that I had. Living in New York. I often was with a friend who drove like mad and the heavy traffic and especially always afraid that we were going to have some kind of a skit able to stop and a head a dream, and I never said in the back seat, but in the stream in the back seat.

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"manic episode" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"manic episode" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"So, you know, so. Like you converse experience and the mental health emotional reasons for conversion as if in your especially with other atheists, who had you conversion stories mine was based on a motion, like kind of around the problem with evil in why was suffering in the way that I was that was the initial part, I don't, I don't just not believe, because of that I've watched shows other YouTubers Stephen and Alice O'Connor. And those are definitely helped me. But would you say that initial conversion ignition weekends my little, no? Do you know there's this? There's this phrase that you can't argue some something somebody out of something that they didn't reason their way into. And so, I think, you know, having this emotional thing gnawing at you might have been away for you to explore the issue and, and such. And I think I think that, you know atheism if you're if you're going to try to reason about something or whatever then. Ultimately that has to be the foundation of it. But getting there might might take an emotional path. Yeah. Ten years ago, I would have said, I would venture question with. Yes. Because I wanted everybody to have still want everybody to have good reasons for whatever position they hold or whatever positions they reject. But a couple years ago, I did a video called y'all just wanna sit. And it was about me changing my view on this, because people Christians in particular would would come up to someone who is, let's say gay and say, well, the only reason you don't believe in God's because you wanna be gain you wanna sit. And I used to caution people that perhaps what they should say, is, you know. Okay. That may be true, but that's not my reason for not believing. And now after that video, I'm happy to say, go ahead give that as your reason because the type of thing that they're objecting to sin this. You have wounded or fended my God, his bullshit in the first place. And when if you are if you're an atheist, because EUROMED sexual. And religions denounce who you are fundamentally. That's a good reason. It's not it's not a philosophical thing. It is wait a minute. Your God thinks I'm shit. And I know I'm not so clearly you're gods. At least wrong if not fictional. And since I have no access to that, God other than what you're telling me, I'm going to be fine. Yep. I wanna have elicit sex of the kinky is variety, and your God can reme- after tacos. Question. Yeah. Thank you for answering that kinda ties into that earth one, I have bipolar disorder and the initial manic episode is kind of converted me when we enough, the second manic episode, I had one thing that I now know is a sign of episode for me is I was praying again, because I didn't know what to do. So that was kind of a shocker for Catholic. Bruce my ego a little bit. But I'm over that now I'm fall following stoicism more or less that's helps but it's want to any other people in the audience who are suffering from mental disorders like reach out, ladies and gentlemen, is reach out to me look for a local group to meet up and talk. 'cause there are people who tell you to prayed away. I was in the chat earlier on YouTube, and I saw one gentleman suffering from depression, and his, his relatives. Always telling the pray and I that was done. Two million hurts isn't help. So you gave an acronym. What is that? Namiki National Alliance for mental illness. Thank you, and the second one, these are more so smaller groups. But these are what I went to you, depression, and bipolar support alliance. Okay, these are national group and is one that I nanny is say, I'm not sure. But I think they're affiliated with net with nam me in some way, shape or form. I was actually hospitalized for my on and I was in. There was nothing to do. Yeah. Yeah. I think I think religions sometimes do us a disservice to those with mental health issues because they tend to mass them and hide them and shuffle them in the wrong direction..

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"manic episode" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"I'm here with Beth may and. Found out that you are friend of Ashley Birch. Am I honor shoutouts. Ashley? Hello? Ashley. You received electroshock therapy also known as electroconvulsive therapy or e CT. How long ago was it? My first street. It was in two thousand fourteen and I've had it sort of in and now in and out. But more often on. Until a few months ago, I've had sixty eight treatments and that's a lot correct. I think so. I don't know. So we'll get to. What it's been like since you have had the treatments, let's start chronologically with your life in your story and your issues and battles. Obviously, depression is a big one. Is that the main one you'd say in your. ACT and then. I think I, I started feeling depressed in high school and then I didn't have my first manic episode until I was nineteen what to parents by a kid for their first manic episode. Oh, a stern talking to by somebody else called a psychiatry's. Froth. A pink bow on a hospitalization. That's that's. That's right. Hey, for your really expensive prescriptions Bess. Yes. So you had your first manic episode at nineteen? Yeah. But the depression was there in highschool? Yeah, in high school, I was weird. You know now I have the idea that everybody's weird in high school, but in high school of thing is everybody feels that they're the weirdest and I wasn't. I wasn't very popular. I wasn't very smart. I wasn't very anything. So I just getting weirder and weirder and I can you be specific end you are twenty six and twenty. Six. Can you be more specific about what the? Oh, I would wear really stupid clothes which I would wear pajamas to school. I would wear. We're hats, like I dressed like a the middle layer of a Russian doll, say as it was just like weird and I would pretend to be into weird things like. Oh witchcraft or I suddenly wanted to be a pilot. 'cause my dad was a pirate, not a pirate. I wish of highlight. And I love movies. I always love movies, but I would pick the weirdest movie in say that it was my favorite or something I would. I would say, oh. Nineteen ninety five. The usual suspects. Only this one character only like dumb cop. Eating Dona is my favorite thing. So in this because you felt like that was a role that was open in your? Absolutely. And I. 'cause. Was weird about high school. Is that. I felt so strongly as myself, but I just didn't know what that was. So whatever it was that I was, I felt very strongly about it, but I didn't know how to describe it. And so I would fill it in my identity with this other, these other things. That weren't me, but might as well been because I didn't know who I was. What were the things that you were thinking and feeling that you were frayed to show that we're authentic to you? That I. That I had nothing to us to go forward in life that I, I knew that I was. I knew that I was kind of smart or something, but I had no evidence for that. All these things that I felt. I had no evidence for. Do you feel like you were a disappointment to yourself or your parents? Oh, as always still still ever talked to your parents about it? Yeah, and it's, it's, it's hard to talk about my, it's hard to talk to my dad about it because we. The the relationship dynamic that I have with my mother and my father has always been incredibly different and it's switch dramatically. Once I got out of high school. So you know all through my life. I was like, daddy's girl. I love that. My dad was a navy pilot, and he was sort of. He always felt really ambitious and cool..

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Hot dogs, salami, other cured meats associated with manic episodes, sc

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Hot dogs, salami, other cured meats associated with manic episodes, sc

"Six NewsRadio, ten eighty KRLD hashtag in Lot of folks talking. About Houston Astros third baseman Alex. Bregman here's what happened. When he came. Up last night in. The tenth inning of baseball's all star game Center Joe buck called it on. FOX the American League went onto, win bregman named the games. MVP here's the great. Part he won a new Chevy Camaro for winning the most valuable player, award and he immediately gave the car to his. Mother he could've taken a pickup which is dad wanted bregman says he was thinking about his mama all the. Way talk about pouring a cold bucket of water on national hotdog day researchers say the additives used to cure hotdogs, beef jerky and other processed meats could lead to mental illnesses like. Mania the study from Johns Hopkins, says nitrates are the culprit here mania the most common in those who suffer from bipolar. Disorder he's played more shows at New York's Madison Square Garden than any other. Musician tonight will be his one hundred And the garden today unveiling a permanent tribute to Billy Joel. My Cup runneth over I remember, being at the garden almost five years ago when it was announced that we were going. To have a residency here I didn't realize really understand what that meant at. That moment and I realized later We're like the sports team will like the Knicks the Rangers liberty Billy Joel's played more than two million people. At Madison Square Garden is first concert at the venue is. A nineteen seventy eight Three twenty four let's check on your money here's business analyst David Johnson gardens not always kind of performance Think of Rick Nelson Garden party went. To a garden party Anyway didn't didn't work out for, him stock market overcame tremendous obstacles today and we. Saw a good rally doubtfuls averages, episode nine points Espy was up six. Three hundred more stocks were up Dan so five days of. Gains for the down dust royals, average now the, NASDAQ was a laggard, but you know down a half point it could it and after recording the, new all-time highs that it has, lately including as recently as yesterday, locally I again a variety of games Texas capital Bank in. Advance of their earnings reports up today, a dollar eighty Brinker international Ebba daughter forty. Six alliance data up and other daughters seven a legacy Texas. Had had an upgrade today by Raymond James stock. Was up seventy percent up two dollars ninety cents earnings, coming in after the close on IBM three dollars and eight. Cents a four cent beat, revenues beat that is the third quarter a row of revenue growth where IBM's Hadn't happened a. Long time, and they affirm their guidance we'll. See plays American Express dollar eighty. Four at two cents better but remedies relied EBay. Looks under some pressure after revenues, mass but more importantly their guidance was. A little below expectations fifty three cents in earnings two cents. Better and here's Texas capital Bank, daughter thirty eight, a penny light revenues, beat and up twenty three percent year over year now industrials average day was, up seventy nine points David Johnson, NewsRadio today to KRLD thank you, David men star now implementing its e w..

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Mania patients more likely to have eaten nitrate-cured meats: study

24 Hour News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Mania patients more likely to have eaten nitrate-cured meats: study

"Canada, and it's it's the most important structure project in the Great Lakes region not just Michigan or Detroit And it will create thousands of construction jobs from Tony Stewart is executive director of the. Michigan regional council of carpenters and mill rights for Detroit is jobs bottom line they they need jobs so we need jobs that what we did we. Put money a sad to create a lot of training to. Train people from the city, and the state to, the city Miami to work on. These jobs zoos me a decent paying job with a great opportunity to retire with a good retirement. And change, the course of a family is not living status Kevin Casillas is. President of the southwest Detroit community benefits coalition this has been, a long long project and many many meetings throughout all this process, we have been fighting for the residents that will be right next to, this project in south west Troy Vicki Thomas, WW Jane is radio, nine fifty police in Las Vegas. Say the body camera footage from a deadly officer involved shooting shows the dangers that the officers faced Police in Las Vegas releasing the footage of the July eleventh officer involved shooting which left, one suspect, dead and another injured, Las Vegas police department assistant sheriff Tim. Kelly but you see that there is, a significant amount of fire coming from the suspect vehicle during you know in the mid morning we have citizens out on the roadways we have, citizens that are walking police, followed the, suspects on a, high speed chase through the streets of Las Vegas until the suspects crashed into a wall at. A nearby elementary school Fred Halstead for CBS. News Las Vegas a new study showing. The chemicals used to cure. Everything from hot dogs to beef jerky coup contribute to mania. Here's more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff the Johns Hopkins medicine study concludes it nitrates. Used in processed meat snacks could be a contributing factor to things like hyperactivity insomnia and. Euphoria researchers say while genetics and, other, risk factors have been linked, to manic episodes their study found that people hospitalized for an episode of mania at more than three Times the odds of having eaten nitrate cured meats than people without a history, of serious, psychiatric disorder, the study. Is published in the journal molecular psychiatry Bill Rakoff CBS news a sixty five year old ordinance, banning dancing, on Sundays at now, has now been repealed in a small. Arkansas town residents of Fort Smith Arkansas, can finally kickoff there Sunday shoes city lawmakers recently repealed a nineteen Fifty-three ordinance that essentially outlawed public dancing on Sundays it was dubbed the foot, loose or dense for the, nineteen Eighty-four, Kevin bacon movie, about a town that banned dancing and rock music despite the lost city spokeswoman says no one. In the western Arkansas city's been arrested or. Even ticketed for cutting loose on Sundays. In two decades Pam Coulter. She Bs news.

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A Scientist Clarifies the Link Between Eating Beef Jerky and Mania

24 Hour News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

A Scientist Clarifies the Link Between Eating Beef Jerky and Mania

"More residents of Fort Smith Arkansas and finally kickoff there Sunday shoes city lawmakers recently. Repealed a nineteen Fifty-three ordinance the essentially outlawed public dancing on Sundays it was dubbed the foot loose or dense for the nineteen Eighty-four Kevin bacon movie a town that banned dancing and rock music despite the lost city. Spokesman says no one in, the western Arkansas city's, been arrested or even ticketed for. Cutting loose on Sundays in two decades Pam Coulter CBS news police in Las Vegas say the body, camera footage from a deadly officer. Involved shooting. Shows the dangers the officers faced Police in Las Vegas releasing the footage. Of the July eleventh officer. Involved shooting which left wants us back dead and another injured. Las Vegas police department assistant sheriff Tim Kelly who you see that there is a significant. Amount of fire coming from the suspect vehicle during you know in the mid morning on we have citizens out on the roadways we have citizens that are walking police followed the suspects on a high speed chase through the streets. Of Las Vegas. Until the suspects crash into a wall at, a nearby elementary school Fred Halstead for, CBS, news Las Vegas it's a new study, that shows the chemicals used to cure. Everything from hot dogs to beef jerky could contribute to mania the. Johns, Hopkins medicine study concludes it nitrates used in processed meat. Snacks could be a contributing factor to things like hyperactivity insomnia and euphoria researchers say while genetics and other risk factors have been linked to manic. Episodes their study found, that people hospitalized for, an episode of mania at more than three times the odds of having eaten nitrate cured meats Then people without a history of serious psychiatric disorder the study.

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"manic episode" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on KGO 810

"Number's eight hundred two two two five hundred small we're going to talk about times up for bill clinton but i wanna take this call from laura laura oh hi dr drill i had a question about mental health and bipolar my son was fifteen when he was given an anti depressant for depression and anxiety and i noticed quickly he developed manic symptoms which even when they pulled him off the antidepressant he now has been diagnosed as bipolar which it doesn't run in my family or my husband's family and i had a question whether it's the prevalent houston anti depressants with young people is contributing towards the increasing amount of young people being diagnosed with bipolar i would suggest really rocketed and i think this is most of the enthusiasm or frequency of bipolarity is more a function of the way it's diagnosed and they sort of again the enthusiasm of that diagnosis and the the the i think there's more of it being diagnosed not necessarily more of it existing let's put it that way however it's it is well known that antidepressants can socalled bring out a manic episode now when you're during critical periods of development that potential is a lot different like eighteen to twenty two is when you really want to avoid an acute manic episode because it it turns out if you have an episode then you're more likely to have repetitive manic episodes later so what you're suggesting is maybe this clause something in a developing brain that might not otherwise have developed i would say there isn't good science that i'm aware of to back that up but i'm also not aware of anybody having data that would necessarily tell you that's not possible so it's it's an interesting question that i don't think can be answered you framed it exactly the right way because if you were to say you know grandma was bipolar to he'd say oh yeah we'll he brought out a manic episode stabiliser now blah blah blah but you're asking not did it bring out a mannequin so did it caused by polar and that's more difficult question.

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"manic episode" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You better than i deserve what's up well i have a problem that stems from a mental issue that i have on bipolar and one of the side effects of that is that when you go into a manic episode you spend a lot of money so i get into my retirement fund and right now i have twelve thousand in deferred i have thirteen in my bank ira and have thirteen and my pension so i wanna know if there's any way i could combine them or maximized you know what i can do with it so when i retire i'm fifty nine now and i want to retire when i'm seventy you know i'll be in good shape so i was wondering you know what you thought about that all of the retirement investing that you have can be rolled into ira's or moved around either one inside the ira idea and make sure that it's invested in good mutual funds that are giving you the best possible right of return i mean you don't want to just because you're worried about this you don't wanna get stupid with the risk you're taking but we don't but we do need to be investing aggressively to try to make up some ground but i don't wanna do that in a way that causes you to you know to lose half your money or something so i'm about the same age and i would suggest investing in good growth stock type mutual funds i spread my investing across four types growth growth and income aggressive growth and international and then the other two things i would tell.

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"manic episode" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You better than i deserve what's up well i have a problem that stems from a mental issue that i have on bipolar and one of the side effects of that is that when you go into a manic episode you spend a lot of money so i dip into my retirement fund and right now i have twelve thousand in deferred i have thirteen in my bank ira and have thirteen and my pension so i wanna know if there's any way i could combine them or maximize you know what i can do with it so when i retire i'm fifty nine now and i wanna retire when i'm seventy you know i'll be in good shape so i was wondering you know what you thought about that all all of the retirement investing that you have can be rolled into iras or moved around either one inside the ira idea and make sure that it's invested in good mutual funds that are giving you the best possible right of return i mean you don't want to just because you're worried about this you don't wanna get stupid with the risk you're taking but we don't but we do need to be investing you know aggressively to try to make up some ground but i i don't want to do that in a way that causes you to you know to to lose half your money or something so i'm about the same age you are and i would suggest investing you know in good growth stock type mutual funds is spread my investing across four types growth growth and income aggressive growth and international and then the other two things i would tell.

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"manic episode" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"I don't know what was going on with mentally i always whole life i've lived with undiagnosed bipolar disorder and growing up never had like mental health awareness month or mental health days dedicated to learning about mental illness and so i didn't know what was going on during training camp on stem of not seeking for five nights in a row and was held and so anyways i push per cells after my first season about quitting i know now's a manic episode and he brought me into his office and he sat me down and he's like he gave me a pep talk now he's not a doctor so he didn't know exactly what he thought needed some encouragement maybe the pressure was getting to you he said you know keep i'll never forget this he said keep everyone has a demon in their head every one of us has a team and it was intense talk and he says our job is football players as humans as to beat that and then i forget sharpen across the top of my playbook aero beat the demon then he looked at me and says get the hell out of my own you're not quitting and i was like all right through some time but i still undiagnosed so you've experienced throughout your whole life up until this point what were the symptoms of whatever this was that you were battling that you hadn't yet diagnosed four diagnosed my symptoms anxiety depression.

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"manic episode" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Yelling at women and not men although it seems like he did it seems like he actually took papers and oh don't you hate that when somebody messes up your desk my desk is messed up enough i've never had somebody come in and throw all my papers on the floor i did that to my husband the once i got so mad that i took my arm and i went let's say the distance from my middle finger all the way up to mid break and i took that much surface area of my arm and i went up to his desk and i just did one fell swoop and everything on that desk flu i was mad i'm working on something and he's he's playing games that i was like i am done and felt good good to take my arm and just go and all this crap falls all over the place you walk away and he has to clean it up now if my husband ever that's my desk i just don't clean it up i just leave it me and then he looks for something on the desk on the floor days ago it's still on the floor glenn how clean it up they did that wants to him i felt good why does it feel good because you're mad you're an animal you wanna hit something you want roar i mean you want to but you know all you can do is you know knock over his pencils account can later paperclips it's got it's gotta be enough people got to be enough so this guy diana's work he looks like he goes on rant and then he falls asleep yeah some drugs will do that it could be high on meth coke whatever a drug could do that where'd you go through this kind of manic episode of this hyper episode angry episode and then you just come down and you fall asleep the.

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Mariah Carey reveals bipolar disorder diagnosis

24 Hour News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Mariah Carey reveals bipolar disorder diagnosis

"Mariah carey has gone public with a very private personal crisis we've seen mariah carey struggle breakdown hospitalized for what looks like manic episodes turns out that's exactly what was going on she reveals in people magazine that she suffers from bipolar disorder which can cause periods of depression as well as manic episodes called hypo mania she was diagnosed in two thousand one and says she spent years in denial not dealing with the disease afraid of ending her career but now she says she's in therapy and on medication and in a really good place correspondent jason nathanson reporting the creator and star of the amazon series one mississippi is now headed to outer space hollywood reporter says pignataro has joined the cast of star trek discovery for a second season on the streaming service cbs all access she's taking on the role of chief engineer denise reno of the uss hiawatha we just news time one thirty nine at mattress firm we think of our customers as family so we'd like to extend our friends and family sale.

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"manic episode" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"It background i'm sitting here with a little paragraph in front of me so i know the background so he well i read to you what it says here married in two thousand thirteen two until he came out as a gay in two thousand fifteen michael was open with her about his by sexuality yes and are you a bit bipolar also i am act a unfortunately very bipoum bipolar one rapid cycling with psychotic features so you want your take on so much you didn't need that oh i just i was like give me the whole load having when i was born i was like i'd like everything plays every near lyon matt neurological disorders sounds great and it's fun uh it's it's it's certainly feels like it can be sometimes they're degrees of bipolar there are i mean the dea sound has a spectrum one two two two cyclists cmic lic which was bipolar light in a way and then there's um the just varying degrees of it but i've uh i went you know very quickly up uh in terms of a diagnosis and that's been innocence of his about asserted feeling on all sixteen and i had my first full on manic episode in suicide attempt when it was uh 18 somatic doesn't necessarily mean i always think manic means i don't know why i think this because i'm on educated which is great that you're talking about this i always think medic means matic upswing let's take positive not the you would commit suicide not positive that is positive experience but that you get ideas and they might be a little out there but you explain it yeah um.

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"manic episode" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You got caught up in this manic episode you're you're you're manic behavior was polishing and grinding stones and we have a feeling that what you're writing about in the modern love column is the same thing that became this manic epat episode in which he totally crashed afterwards and had a break no you're right you're a good reader you thought you traced a you that that's absolutely right um i started becoming interested in this is just embarrassing to talk about i mean i started becoming interested in stones um and in grinding them honing them carving them they fascinated me and eventually that i'm sort of took on a speed and a life of its own and eventually what happened is that i had so many stones in life study on the third floor um i would lug them up the to the third floor and then when i couldn't store them anymore my study i started them and closet i mean open a closet to get a kotan stones would come stumble come pouring out they were everywhere um i would you know walk up and down the sidewalks looking for um i was especially taken with stones and any kind of you'd be surprised how or pink um if you grind to them so i would look for pink stones and it was part of a manic episode it started out not being but it became part of a manic episode were my behavior was definitely peculiar hausa what's it like for you to read that article now because you're so kind of prouder in a way that you preferred like your proudly stating that you preferred grinding stones and finding their beauty to having sex and then that became a kind of manic episode that led to a breakdown so.

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"manic episode" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That when you had a breakdown seven years ago and you got caught up in this manic episode you're you're you're manic behavior was powersharing and grinding stones and we have a feeling that what you're writing about in the modern love column is the same thing that became this manic epat episode in which he totally crashed afterwards and had a brielle you're right here the reader you thought you traced you that that's absolutely right um i started becoming interested in this is just embarrassing to talk about i mean i started becoming interested in stones and in grinding them honing them carving them they fascinated me and eventually that i'm sort of took on a speed and a life of its own and eventually what happened is that i had so many stones in my study on the third floor um i would love them up the to the third floor and then when i couldn't store them anymore my study are stored them in closets amita open a closet to get a kotan stones would come stumble come pouring out they were everywhere um i would you know walk up and down the sidewalks looking for um i was especially taken with stones in any kind of you'd be surprised how many stones or pink um if you grind to them so i would look for pink stones and it was part of a manic episode it started out not being but it became part of the manic episode were my behavior was definitely peculiar how's it what's it like for you to read that article now because you were so um kind of proud in a way that you preferred like you a proudly stating that you preferred grinding stones and finding their beauty to having sex and then that became a counter of manic episode that led to a breakdown so when you read that.

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"manic episode" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"You know that cheats and and being with an escort is cheating obviously there's like girls that will act like they've never seen a dick before like they're starving and this is a piece of food and it's like oh my god is the greatest cancer seen how to do that and you as a wife you're like that all thing again right and they the wife is you know doesn't want to have sex any more because maybe she's upset with the husband because she knows he's having an affair i to the there's so many layers it's right it's not that they would always blame those awaits that guy then got upset because you bloom off you didn't wanna maryam you did i want to continue this in relationship was going to a place to intense will it wasn't that i didn't want to see him it was that at that time i was back home i was in a different life so how did he tell his milan he then found the athlete tabloid which is the smoking gun he contacted them with all this information about me look at the website cheese describing in the west website the sex acts that she does and so this two un smoking gun tabloid guy actually flies out from the east coast vegas to me any find me because i'm doing an appearance for rock and roll marathon right and he finds me approaches men when i saw that clip on the 2020 and they're like luke she gets up there and she goes crazy dancing gas i think you seem that crazy for me if you saw me before the largest feeding kanafani crazy but look in a funny way i didn't i would not occur if i was hanging out watching runner are not certain rid of this is that i would not have thought watching that that woman is on a manic episode and she needs to have a fifty one fifty i mean the way i acted like that yeah and um and again the.

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"manic episode" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My family had elevated denial to the high museum great art form so we didn't talk about it very much one of my uncle's lived with us he was quite ill mentally so he had to live with us so it was there in your face but not talked about why we would have a grown man living in your family unemployed unable to carry a job often unable to carry out a full conversation and then of course i knew later when my cousin i visited it was also clear that he was quite ill by describing episode in which he comes in beer elect about to go see a film it was actually especially spiderman if remember correctly one of the first early release discounter india and he couldn't be found anywhere and he was he had gone into the bathroom upstairs and he was credited up in the bathroom and my grandmother had to pull him out of the bathroom so that was clear um and then the final piece of it became clear over time and that was when i figured out to the other uncle who had died all of these are of course bloodrelated their related to my other side of the family and he died in a kind of manic episode he died in what was clearly a manic episode and you a he was a larger than life figure in the family he was so big my my grandmother used to call me by his name which was at first i thought was a sleepover tung but in fact she was actually living that that fantasy that i had been reborn as him he died several years before i was born so all of these pieces.

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"manic episode" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Began to discover it as a child myself click most been golly families my family had elevated denial to a high museum great art form so we didn't talk about it very much one of my uncle's lived with us he was quite ill mentally so he had to live with us so it was there in your face but not talked about why we would have a grown man living in your family unemployed unable to carry a job often unable to carry out a full conversation and then of course i knew later when my cousin i visited it was also clear that he was quite ill by describing episode in which he comes in beira by about to go see a film it was actually said she spiderman if remember curriculum at the first uh early release discount to india and he couldn't be found anywhere and he was he had gone into the bathroom upstairs and he was quoted up in the bathroom and my grandmother hectic pulled him out of the bathroom so that was clear um and then the final piece of it became clear over time and that was when i figured out of the other uncle who had died all of these of course bloodrelated that related to my the other side of the family and he died in a kind of manic episode he died in what was clearly a manic episode and you know he was a larger than life figure in the family he was so big my my grandmother used to call me by his name which was at first i thought was a slip of tongue but in fact she was actually living that that fantasy that i had been reborn as him he died several years before i was born so all of these pieces.

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"manic episode" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"manic episode" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"I began to discover it as a child myself click most been goalie families my family had elevated denial to the high museum great art form so um we didn't talk about it very much one of my uncle's um lived with us he was quite ill mentally so he had to live with us so it was there in your face but not talked about why we would have a grown man living in your family unemployed unable to carry a job often unable to carry out a full conversation and then of course i knew later when my cousin i visited it was also clear that he was quite ill by describing episode in which he comes in beira by about to go see a film it was actually said she spiderman for member curriculum i early release discount india and he couldn't be found anywhere and he was he had gone into the bathroom upstairs and he was curl up in the bathroom and my grandmother had pulled him out of the bathroom so that was clear um and then the final piece of it became clear over time and that was when i figured at the other uncle who had died all of these of course bloodrelated their related to my father side of the family and he died in a kind of manok episode he died in what was clearly a manic episode and uh you know he was a larger than life figure in the family he was so big my my grandmother used to call me by his name which was at first i thought was a sleepover tongue but in fact she was actually living that that fantasy that i had been reborn as him he died several years before i was born so all of these pieces were sort of loosely.

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