Writing A Story About Bipolar Disorder

bipolarcoverThere are many who are interested in writing a story about bipolar disorder. The writing of a story about bipolar disorder often is a great outlet to share your experiences, journey and lessons. It is very emotional to be given a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Our group knows how helpful it is for those with bipolar disorder to share their story. In the past several writers who shared their experiences about bipolar disorder helped to create knowledge, awareness and hope.

Our founder is a noted bipolar survivor and author of several books. Blake LeVine wrote the bestselling book Beating Bipolar which shares his amazing journey and lessons for other families with bipolar disorder. Blake faced several psychiatric hospital stays during his teenage years. He faced a horrible battle but eventually rebuilt his life. He would go on to obtain his Masters Degree in Social Work. He’s been a therapist helping clients with bipolar, depression, schizophrenia, career issues and working in the arts. Blake also has educated at bipolar on Oprah.com, Life and Style, and Bipolar Magazine. He also completed a national tour with Dr. Drew Pinsky creating bipolar awareness for college students.

We encourage you to write your story and share your lessons about bipolar. We feel writing a book about your experiences with bipolar disorder will be helpful and be a great outlet. Our group provides coaching to teach you about the best ways to share your story. This includes learning about publishers, agents, self publishing, online marketing and building an audience. We do this through our phone coaching service. As our gift we offer a free 30 minute initial session to you. You may call Blake LeVine at (213) 304-9555 or email blake.levine@aol.com. If you decide to have ongoing help there is a cost. We offer several options and do our best to make it affordable. If you would like to read Blake’s book it is available at: https://bipolaronline.com/2013/11/24/bipolar-disorder-book-hand-signed-to-your-group-or-you/

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