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Last chance to take up to 75% off of our online live workshop. We have been discounting our new version 4.0 in preparation for the full Tufts University study and this will be the last test run.
Outcome-Based Education For Depression and Bipolar Disorder
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What movies do you watch when depressed?
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http://www.bipolaradvantage.com/Tufts/TuftsPilot.php
Dr. Nassir Ghaemi, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Mood Disorders Program at Tufts Medical Center has partnered with us to do a major study of our education program. Before setting the final criteria for the full study, we need to do one more pilot program to test it out. We need your help to do that and have put together a great offer to get you involved.

We are going to start a new live one-hour class on Monday February 3rd at 6 PM Pacific Time (9 PM Eastern Time) and meet every week for eight weeks. We usually charge $249.95 for each participant, but for this pilot study we are going to let you choose your own price. In exchange you agree to complete the full eight week course and allow us to use your data in our pilot study in an anonymous way that does not identify who you are.

This pilot study is limited to the first fifteen students, so please sign up right away. Please make sure you are free every Monday night from February 3rd until March 24th and have access to the internet for each meeting.

More info at http://www.bipolaradvantage.com/Tufts/TuftsPilot.php
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We need your help. Chase is offering grants that will help us to get university studies done on our outcomes and we need 250 votes to get on the list. Can you please go to https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/81170 and vote for us right away?
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Done! A worthy cause, too.
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The latest X-Men movie explores depression and finds hope in it.
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Always saw the metaphor in the "x-men" series between the "x-gene" and what they call bipolar disorder. What if it is evolution, and those who seek to suppress it are the old model?

Don't see it as a disorder myself, but something you have to be taught to understand and control. We're not like everybody else, and it's fine guys you can learn to manage it in time and with real work that's probably never gonna be done, but you CAN.

Like Xavier taught the young x-men, we can teach each other. You're not a disorder. Use your power for good, even for those that don't understand or respect it.

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We can learn to separate how we feel from how we behave. It is the key to moving from bipolar in disorder to bipolar in order. http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/bipolar-advantage/201402/feelings-vs-reactions
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Individuals and organizations throughout the world are dedicated to the important work of removing the stigma that affects people with depression and bipolar disorder. Unfortunately, too many of them are replacing one type of stigma with another type that is making the situation worse. While advocating for others to stop judging those who suffer from the conditions, they are causing a self-stigma that increases and prolongs the suffering.
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