Bipolar, Marijuana and Psychosis: A Class for Parents and Partners

New class August 13, 2017 from 4:00-6:00 PM PST

BIPOLAR DISORDER, MARIJUANA and PSYCHOSIS

A Class for Parents and Partners with Julie A. Fast

Date: Saturday, June 18, 2017

Time: 4:00-6:00 PM PST United States.

 

 

 

Cost: $150 per phone line.

This is an interactive call. Class size is limited to ten phone lines.

Please visit

JulieFast.com/schedule

click on the white box and choose the CLASSES tab to reserve your space. If you have questions, please send an email to Julie Fast Books at Gmail dot com. Julie will answer personally. Please note that this class is for parents and partners only. I will do a separate class for people with bipolar disorder.

ABOUT THE CLASS

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The Kickstarter for Hortensia and the Magical Brain is Live!

Hortensia and the Magical Brain introduces a therapeutic poetry technique that helps parents, caregivers and health care professionals lovingly talk with a child and create an open and healthy conversation around early onset mental health disorders. The poems cover the mean and nasty, scary and suicidal, angry and elated, sad and over the top thoughts and behaviors children with mental health concerns regularly experience.

Let’s shine a light on these NORMAL mental health symptoms and teach kids that they are often a result of brain chemicals that can be fixed though lifestyle changes and if needed, medical help.

This is a beautifully crafted, hard back book that was created for kids whose brains aren’t always on track. Just like mine!

Please visit our Hortensia Kickstarter page to read more about this amazing book. Pledges start at $1 and everyone receives a fun reward as a thank you!

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Bipolar Disorder Psychosis: Sneaky, Sneaky Hallucinations!

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Here is an excerpt from a blog I wrote for Bp Magazine on the topic of bipolar disorder and psychosis. Enjoy! A link to the full article is at the end of the blog.

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Hello! Please know that this blog talks about a very vivid topic- psychotic hallucinations. I describe what I experience in detail and don’t want anyone to be upset by reading my blog. I would like to encourage you to keep reading as the hallucinations I describe didn’t harm me at all and the story has a good ending. I talk about these experiences openly in order to help others who might be struggling with undiagnosed bipolar psychosis.

Sneaky, sneaky hallucinations………! I had my first depression hallucination at age 19. It was so vivid it felt real. My gorgeous [ Read More ]