Bipolar Learning Skills For Parents Living With Bipolar Disorder

IMG_0648This article shares about those with bipolar disorder learning skills to help them become better parents. Many of us who live with bipolar disorder also have children and must face the serious responsibilities of being a parent. This includes learning how to handle stress, be patient, help teach and learn to raise another human being.

One of the key aspects of being a healthy parent is to take care of your own health. This includes making sure to maintain your treatment. If you see a psychiatrist and therapist, you may want to remain in contact with them while you learn to parent. You may also find healthy outlets for your own life. This includes doing physical activities such as working out and staying physically strong.

The next lesson is to to remember to be patient. When you have a child, staying calm is one of the key factors in parenting success. When a child feels that you are angry, nervous or tense it frightens them. They gain most of their stability from their parents. If they see you upset they may begin to worry and wonder what to do.

We provide many tools and resources to teach others about these issues. Our website offers a free a daily magazine sharing wonderful insights for anyone impacted by these problems. We also provide coaching where we teach lessons, answer questions and help set parenting goals. If you are interested in learning about our coaching program you may call the office of Blake LeVine at (213) 304-9555 or email blakelevinecoach@gmail.com

Please know many of us are parents that also live with a mental illness. When you take the time to care and work on your own issues you will likely find more success. It is a long journey but raising healthy kids is one of the most important aspects of our lives.

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