Thriving is the focus for DBSA’s +6 campaign in 2014—making small
changes each month that enhance our well-being. Whether it’s
incorporating a new habit, focusing on better sleep, trying something
new, or simply taking time to breathe, little things can make a big
difference! Read more about the +6 campaign Target Zero to Thrive Campaign Update
People are talking about Target Zero to Thrive, DBSA’s campaign
challenging mental health care professionals, researchers, and
individuals living with or affected by mood disorders to raise
treatment goals to complete remission—zero symptoms. Since April 1,
2014, over 15,000 of you have helped change the conversation about
wellness by listening to the podcast, signing the petition, watching the video, and sharing our messages on social media.
Read more about the podcast and update.
For former NFL linebacker Keith O’Neil, bipolar was too big to tackle alone.
Read “Keith O’Neil: Game Plan.”
Read the article.
The Power of Peers
envisions wellness for people who live with depression and bipolar
disorder. Because DBSA was created for and is led by individuals living
with mood disorders, our vision, mission, and programming are always
informed by the personal, lived experience of peers.