Keywords: tips and tricks , education , autism , reading
But it helps to reduce the overload by using captions (combining speech with visuals, thus reducing the number of information modalities) or watching something animated, which compresses the demands of visual and spatial information greatly.https://bipolarcoaster.blog/2020/09/08/bipolar-disorder-and-media-consumption
Keywords: bipolar disorder , change , emotions , introspection , life
Sometimes I want to be sweet, sometimes I want to have claws. And yet sometimes I wish to feel nothing at all. I go back and forth on how to present myself to the world, or whoever I come across in real life or by internet, but it is hard. It is hard because I have Bipolar Disorder which I do take medicine for, but one moment I could feel vindicated by my wrath and after some time, I can feel remorse for having such sharp tongue or words. I have been like this for as long as I can remember, even before my diagnosis.http://sarahmixup.com/2020/06/16/with-the-wind
Keywords: anxiety , bipolar disorder , depression , inspiration , Mental Health , mental illness , mentalhealth , mentalillness , obsessive compulsive disorder , ocd , postaday , postaweek , uncustomaryhousewifeblog
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