Having mood swings does not automatically equal having Bipolar Disorder. By the end of this video, you
will have an understanding of the actual symptoms of Bipolar Disorder and what it means for someone
to be in one of the three mood possible acute mood episodes of Bipolar Disorder:

  1. A Manic/Hypomanic Episode
  2. A Depressed Episode
  3. A Mixed Episode

Resources for Bipolar Disorder:

International Bipolar Disorder

NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness

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Research. This video is for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes and should NOT be
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