Refusal skills: Is it complica...

Recent studies have shown that many youths want to get withdrawn from drugs, alcohol and even sexual addiction. Why getting addicted? Influence – from media, society, friends, organizations. So then, How to say NO and mean it? It’s easy to “Just sneak out for a night to have some shots and have fun!” “Just once” […]

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Grief and Management of Compli...

Coping with the loss of someone or something you love is one of life’s great difficulties. If you have experienced the pain of mourning, you know that any way to ease the loss is welcomed. Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming. You may experience all kinds of difficult and unexpected emotions, from shock […]

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Religious Practice: Personal E...

It was like any other regular day at Rehabilitation centre meeting families and reviewing the progress of residents but I was a for a sudden surprise when a parent wanted to discharge the resident on the recommendation of an Astrologer and perform a certain type of tantric rituals to ward off the evils. At the […]

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Stages of Alcoholism

Alcohol is the most commonly abused substance creating serious medical, social & psychological problems. Likewise, we do have different stages of alcoholism. What is Alcoholism and Stages of Alcoholism? Most definitions of alcoholism incorporate the following dimensions: Large quantities of alcohol consumed over a period of years. Physiological manifestations of ethanol addiction Loss of control […]

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When does drinking become bing...

Drinking alcohol is a common social practice in our society. But, how much alcohol is too much and of all the above when does drinking become binge drinking disorder?   Binge Drinking Disorder Binge drinking is a phenomenon that’s been around for a very long time. Generally, binge drinking is purposeful drinking. People drink for […]

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How to Deal with Bipolar at Workplace

How to Deal with Bipolar

If you have bipolar disorder, no one needs to tell how difficult and challenging this mental illness is. There are many ways to find how to deal with bipolar at the workplace and work meaningful. When looking out for work, keep the following in mind. This would support Your Recovery.

It’s beneficial for you to find out what works for you and what doesn’t. There is no top 3 best career or jobs for Bipolar Recovery clients. Here are something to keep in mind while deciding what kind of work to do.

Ways to help you how to deal with Bipolar in the workplace

how to deal with Bipolar

  • Thoughts about the work environment: Does it support you, help you grow, or will it be unfriendly? I have observed that people with bipolar find it easier to do work in a quiet, relaxed workspace, where there is nothing to distract them.
  • Can you visualize the schedule: We can take it slowly, be either in a part-time kind of jobs or any job which has flexible timings. Daytime working hours are the best. Sleep is the most important for recovery. So avoid night shifts or being on duty.
  • Think about the types of people on the job: It’s best to know about your to be co-workers, their values, lifestyles etc so that it doesn’t hinder your recovery.
  • Creativity. Many people don’t exactly live on creativity until they have regular outlets to showcase their talents. You can find a job with is involved with creativity or either take up creativity as a hobby during your free hours.

Bipolar disorder in the workplace – Understand Yourself

Everyone needs to understand themselves and their uniqueness. Richard NB, the author said “The key to a happy and fulfilling future is knowing you. This self-knowledge is the most important component of finding the right career.”
Hence, here are some things which will help you to understand yourself and know how to deal with bipolar at the workplace. Know these-

  • What are your interests, strengths, and aptitudes?
  • What are the skills you have?
  • Your personality traits?
  • Values which are important?
  • What are your physical abilities and stamina?
  • What are your limitations and barriers?

Also, do Some Occupational Research about the occupation you are willing to join. These include

  • Work duties
  • Skills required
  • Necessary education or training needed
  • Any license or certification
  • Typical hours patterns
  • Working conditions (physical demands of the job, environment, and stress level)
  • Salary and benefits
  • About the Career path and opportunities for further advancement
  • Employment outlook (availability of jobs now and in the future)

For proper care, guidance and support, contact Cadabam’s Rehab Centre at +9196111 94949, to get to know more on how to deal with Bipolar Disorder and step forward towards success and healthy recovery along with our highly trained psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, and counselors.

 

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