What Kinds Of Support Groups Exist For Bipolar Disorder And How Can They Help Me?

Question: What kinds of support groups exist for bipolar disorder and how can they help me?

Answer: Support groups can be an important adjunct to the treatment of bipolar disorder. Not only might they provide support, but they also provide information and an opportunity to share ones stories. There are a wide range of support groups in the community and it will be important to consult your physician or counselor for which support group is best for you.

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