Inpatient Treatment

De-glamourising inpatient (Part III)

Been a while, but here’s Part III of the ‘De-glamourising inpatient’ series. Parts I, II and IV can be found here,  here and here.  13. Alarms- anyone who’s been in hospital will know that alarms are a common feature of life on the ward- be it fire alarms, door alarms or rapid response alarms (when staff call… Continue reading De-glamourising inpatient (Part III)

Bipolar Affective Disorder · Mental Health Awareness · Stigma

Myth-busting (World Bipolar Day 2017)

It’s World Bipolar Day! SO, I thought I’d have a go at busting some bipolar myths. As always, shoutout to the lovely people that chipped in to help write this, y’all know who you are! “But your moods don’t change throughout the day/you don’t have mood swings”– this is probably one of the biggest misconceptions… Continue reading Myth-busting (World Bipolar Day 2017)