"Bipolar people possess exceptional intelligence with unique ability to unleash brilliance"
But they are often misunderstood and their talent is underused because of their extreme shifts in mood, energy, and activity levels.
Because of this misunderstanding, they suffer a lot, and often fail to utilise their full creative potential to contribute to their own and society's growth
Vincent Van Gogh, Ernest Hemingway, Robin Williams, Kurt Cobain are some of a few famous creative people who suffered from Bipolar Disorder.
Unfortunately, they all ended their lives by committing suicide.
But, there may be hundreds of thousands of Van Goghs, Hemingways & Cobains who may not have been lucky to survive long enough to enrich our world with their creativity. . Sufferings may have made them say goodbye before that.
Their unaccomplished life is not only their personal loss, it's society's. World's...
They may have given us a lot!
Bipolar Powered aims to empower those hundreds of thousands of unaccomplished Van Goghs & Hemingways unleash their hidden potential and talent
Helping Creative Professionals with Bipolar Disorder unleash their hidden potential and talent
Bipolar Disorder can be challenging, but we also know that it often comes hand in hand with incredible creativity and innovation. Through our programs and initiatives, we strive to provide the necessary, infrastructure, tools and support for individuals to fully express themselves and harness their creative abilities.
We are building a global ecosystem on a robust cloud platform that is designed to provide a supportive and understanding environment where creative professionals with Bipolar Disorder can feel empowered to embrace their creativity without limitations.
Raising awareness about Bipolar Disorder and eradicating the stigmas and misconceptions that surround it
Through various awareness campaigns and initiatives, we strive to create a more inclusive and supportive society for individuals living with Bipolar Disorder.
We aim to showcase the talents and achievements of those living with Bipolar Disorder, highlighting their resilience and creativity while challenging preconceived notions.
By sharing personal stories, organizing events, and collaborating with mental health professionals, we work tirelessly to enlighten the public about the true nature of Bipolar Disorder and the incredible potential that lies within each individual.