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Support Groups

Bipolar Disorder and other serious brain diseases are an extreme challenge not only for the person afflicted, but for the entire family. It helps a great deal to be able to talk with other people who have, or are, going though the same things that you are – to share

Coping

Step-by-Step Coping: Find a good doctor Become an expert Manage your illness mood charting – what it is and why it’s helpful managing medications a healthy lifestyle helps recovery Plan for a crisis Find a community United States Support Organizations Online Support Groups and Newsgroups International Support Organizations Practical matters

Bipolar Treatments

Important Warning: The following web page is provided for information purposes only. It covers possible complementary treatment approaches that can be used with bipolar disorder medications. The adoption of any of these complementary treatments should be done with a psychiatrist’s knowledge and approval as part of a person’s complete treatment

Bipolar Facts and Statistics

General bipolar disorder Information bipolar disorder is a very serious-but highly treatable brain disease. Although there is no cure for bipolar disorder, the treatment success rate with antipsychotic medications and psycho-social therapy can be as high as 60 percent. If the appropriate level of investment is made in biological and

The DMT Experience

N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT or N,N-DMT) is a hallucinogenic chemical substance. Occurring naturally in many plants and animals, DMT is both a structural analog and a derivative of tryptamine. Sometimes called the “spirit molecule” or Dimitri, DMT is known for producing intense and sometimes spiritual psychedelic experiences. Similar to other psychedelics such

We’ve Rebranded! From Pendulum to ThePsychedelic

After a lot of searching (and a bunch of work on the back-end), we’ve pushed our rebrand from Pendulum to The Psychedelic. This move helps align our increasing focus on psychedelics and how they can potentially help not only those that suffer from bi-polar disorder, but everyone in the world