This episode continues our focus on bipolar disorder by exploring some tools and strategies that people can use to help manage their symptoms, or help loved ones do the same.
On today’s episode of the podcast, Marie Forleo, named by Oprah as a thought leader for the next generation, explains how we can build a "figureoutable" mindset that allows us to meet our challenges from a place of determination, ingenuity, and open heartedness.
On this short episode of Being Well, Dr. Ramani Durvasula shares the “Just One Thing” she does every day for her own well-being.
On this episode we’re continuing our ongoing series on “Who Am I” by focusing on a subset of the depressed mood states which we covered in our last episode in this series: bipolar disorder, formerly known as “manic depressive.”
On this episode, we speak with a true expert on many of the topics we’ve explored during our series on “Who Am I?”, including borderline personality disorder, sociopathy, and narcissism: Dr. Ramani Durvasula.
Today’s episode is the second part in our exploration of depression and depressed mood. In part one, we covered what depression is, where it comes from, and how it differs from sadness. During this episode, we turn our focus onto some of the tactics and strategies people can use, both in their own m
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