(DBSA, 1999)" If you have been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder, we welcome you to this bipolar disorders peer support network.
We welcome you to both give and gain peer support with your story of bipolar symptoms, treatment and recovery.
This anxiety disorder peer support community hopes that you come here to both give and gain support, and that you find the reassurance that you are not alone with others who can truly understand you.
People often feel like they are the only ones struggling. Many people around us are struggling with the common cold that is depression.
One way to feel less alone is to engage with an active listener in a depression chat room or a chat with a listener to share your sadness.
Bipolar disorders can cause great harm to many, can shorten the life span of individuals who suffer from it, and do not discriminate against gender, age, race, or social class.
The philosophy of is that along with professional help, a support network greatly increases the chances of individuals suffering from illness to either begin or continue on their way to or through recovery.
Perhaps you know what it feels like to fear leaving your home due to this embarrassment. population (ages 18-54) affected." Since this is just a United States statistic, imagine how many others worldwide fight an anxiety disorder each day.
We at encourage you to enter here and meet, greet, share and support with others who may be feeling the same things as you are. This fact should be proof enough to show you that you are not alone in your battle with anxiety, nor should you feel that way.
We encourage you to share your tales of therapy and form an alliance with others who are fighting the same battle that you are.
Please utilize the Bipolar Disorder Chat Room, bipolar disorder forums, and finally the bipolar disorder social network.
According to, dbsalliance.org, in the United States alone, "5.7 million adults have been diagnosed with bipolar disorders, which means that 2.6% of Americans aged 18 or older live with this illness every day".