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Katie R Dale
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Aspiring Author | Boldly Bipolar | Committed Christian "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness" 2Cor.12:9
Aspiring Author | Boldly Bipolar | Committed Christian "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness" 2Cor.12:9

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I used to think I had to fight my spiritual battles. I would find an opportunity to slip an intentional God comment into a conversation…like that would determine if I won the “battle” for someone’s soul or not. I realize now though, that’s not how you…

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I would like to premise this post with the fact that the following tips are inspired by things that I did while I actually lost my mind, so they are unique to my situation, but I hope you can see the humor in these little “Don’ts” – I’ve gotta have…

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I realize not everyone reading this believes there’s a God, let alone a God who is intricately obsessed with every part of our being. So if you’re doubting the premise of this post, which is the fact that God cares about you, open your mind to the…

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So yes, I did pretty much the least I could do today. I accomplished the bare minimum tasks I needed to get done. Do you ever feel like you just want to sleep the day away? Of course you do. Honestly, I could not find the grit to get out of the apartment…

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BipolarBrave:  Karl, tell me a little about yourself and how you discovered you had bipolar. Karl:  I’m a  Western New York Native and I work for the Mental Health Association of Erie County and Compeer Buffalo. I’m a New York State Credentialed…

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BipolarBrave:  Hannah, tell me a little about your work in the mental health arena. Hannah:  I started volunteering for NAMI North Carolina in 2014. Funny story is, I did not share my diagnosis of bipolar 2 disorder with any of the staff. Finally, someone…

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(At least, in most cases) Yes, there is a time and a place for getting angry, but I doubt it’s justified in most cases. Recently, Gabe Howard, fellow bipolar blogger and mental health advocate, asked me why I don’t get mad. Here’s why I think getting mad…

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“Listen,” she said. “Hear me,” she whispered. Voices in her head validated what she heard. Even with proven logic she was stirred, The possibilities were too great to have deferred.   Tangible in spirit, angels gathered near, And the devils followed them…

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I had the privilege to attend the annual Mental Health Influencers Summit hosted by Sunovion Pharmaceuticals this past Sunday, May 21st, 2017. With Sunovion’s provision for travel, meals and lodging, my first impression of their company was professional,…

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Katie Dale’s journey into adulthood By Jennifer Goforth Gregory As activity director at a senior residential facility, Katie Dale spends her day interacting with people struggling with dementia. When one of the residents was worried that her husband was…
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