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    WebMD’s Bipolar Support Group

    Living with bipolar disorder? Share your tips on coping with heightened feelings of well-being and depression, as well as common medication and treatment options.

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    Cyclothymia (Cyclothymic Disorder)

    Cyclothymia -- or cyclothymic disorder -- is a relatively mild mood disorder. In cyclothymic disorder, moods swing between short periods of mild depression and hypomania, an elevated mood. The low and high mood swings never reach the severity of major depression or full mania. People with cyclothymic disorder have milder symptoms than occur in full-blown bipolar disorder.

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    Depressed & Bipolar Kids: Family Support

    Does your child suffer from depression or bipolar disorder? If so, you both need support from family and friends. Join other parents and family members here to discuss treatments and challenges of raising a child who has depression or bipolar disorder.

    Anxiety & Panic Disorders: Patricia A. Farrell, PhD

    Living with an anxiety or panic disorder can be devastating. Share your feelings with psychologist Patricia Farrell, PhD, on your path to living free of fear.

    Find a Therapist

    Looking for a therapist? This tool can help you find qualified therapists in your area.

    Find a Psychiatrist

    Finding the right psychiatrist can make a big difference in the quality of your bipolar care. This tool can help you find qualified psychiatrists in your area.

    WebMD Medical Reference

    Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg, MD on January 14, 2015
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