Spring is fast approaching. There are many things that those who live with bipolar disorder can to do as healthy options this time of year. It's important to take into account the changes in time and daylight vs. moonlight hours and the effects on your circadian (internal) time clock.
I encourage you to take our Behavioral Healthy Quality of Life Tool here. Your participation and feedback is truly appreciated.
Help us also increase awareness and decrease stigma by celebrating World Bipolar Day on March 30. Find out how you can participate below. This year we will also have a press conference on March 23 in Washington DC to announce a Congressional resolution for World Bipolar Day. If you are in the DC area and would like to join us at this event, please email me your interest at
(attendance is limited).
No matter where you are in the world, we want you to know that IBPF cares and we are joined by a community of others who do too!
To your health,
Lori J. Butler, Executive Director