Anger is a healthy emotion, and everybody has it. But bipolar anger and bipolar rage takes it to another level. For one thing, there is an element of it that is uncontrollable. It comes on suddenly and, in most cases, dissipates just as quickly. It doesn’t necessarily need a trigger.
Studies have found a link between a cluttered, unorganized environment and depression, stress and anxiety. Add bipolar disorder to the mix and the act of altering our living space can be emotionally paralyzing. Here are ten ways to simplify the process: