How Bipolar Dads Find Balance While Staying At Home and Working

bipolarcoverWelcome to our page about how bipolar dads find balance while staying at home and working. It can be hard to balance being a dad and also having a career. When you live with bipolar, it makes these issues even rougher. The goal of this article is to support positive change and emotional growth.

The key part of handling bipolar, being a father and work is making daily decisions. Do you keep a list of activities? Is there time carved out for working and handling career related matters? Does your child understand that you are a dad and also trying to work?

These questions bring us to a simple solution. You must find a way to balance all of the many responsibilities. This may sounds easy but can be tough to implement. The truth is there is no manual for being a father. It may take years of effort to master being a positive parent.

We provide a life coaching program by phone. The goal is to support your life, give you a healthy outlet and also provide tools for change. The coaching is a tremendous way to have knowledge and support. We were started by a father and coach who lives with bipolar disorder. Blake LeVine has written many books including Beating Bipolar, The Psychology of Adult Coloring, Depression, Bipolar and Heroin and great books.

You may call or email our office to set up a coaching session. The cost starts as low as $50 for a 30 minute session. The number is (213) 304-9555 or email blake.levinecoach@aol.com. We wish you much success on your path to changing. It can be rewarding to balance being a parent and handling your other responsibilities.

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