There are some with bipolar that have no friends and feel they need help making changes. Many with bipolar had friends at one point and then begin to feel lonely. It is common for adults to struggle to make meaningful friends. It is also possible that the stigma of having bipolar may make it harder to reach out to new people.
We believe that all of us need support at times. There are free groups that offer connection. You can learn about them at The National Alliance on Mental Illness or The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. These groups offer support in many communities.
Our work is to provide one on one coaching for anyone impacted by bipolar. We do this virtually allowing you to have help from the comfort of your own home. The coaching has a fee but is a great way to make changes. You are able to text, email and call our coaches. We believe that the daily check ins make it a positive step in feeling connected.
You may learn about our coaching by calling (213) 304-9555 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate you learning about how to make progress. When there are times of feeling alone it takes courage to seek help. We wish you great luck in your journey. We’re happy to help so please email or call anytime.