With 1 in 100 people living with Bipolar Disorder - and truly it's closer to every 2 or more in 100, it's important to be able to understand what people are going through so you can be patient and not pass judgment.
Bipolar Disorder is classified under three main types and like many other illnesses, it varies greatly between different people. Manic or mania is a term used to describe a heightened sense of confidence, energy, and excitedness. You could also experience a milder form of mania called hypomania. While Depressive is used to describe negative mood changes and a loss of energy or desire to do activities originally enjoyed.