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  • This research based online tool invites you to measure your daily mood using a card game, track your scores to understand the cause of mood changes, and gain support by sharing results with friends. https://www.moodscope.com/
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  • Written by mental health journalist and author John McManamy, this website contains over 150 articles and videos focusing on depression, bipolar disorder, behavior, treatment, relationships, science and recovery stories. http://www.mcmanweb.com/
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  • Centre for Clinical Interventions. Early Warning Signs Worksheet. Four simple questions to answer to help you figure out what your early warning signs are. http://ow.ly/P6AHF
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  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Online Wellness Tracker. Free online tool to help you better recognize your mood triggers in daily life over time. https://www.facingus.org/tour/tracker
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  • iMoodJournal. A simple app to track moods and associate the records with personal experience to discover patterns and triggers. http://www.inexika.com/imood
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  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Self-Help Resource.  Bipolar Mood Management. Free mood management printouts to help track moods and fluctuations in mood from day to day. Includes a chart to aid in helping create awareness about moods and a template for an action plan. 
    http://www.getselfhelp.co.uk/bipolar.htm
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  • Fry, S. The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive. This hour-long film narrated by Stephen Fry (who lives with bipolar disorder) explores the condition in a general and informational way, with interviews with people who live with bipolar disorder. Link to free YouTube video but proceeds from sales of the DVD support Bipolar UK. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGDl6-lyfMY:
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  • Healthline. Best Bipolar Videos of 2013. Eleven short videos showcase stories about people who live with bipolar disorder and highlight important facts about bipolar disorder. Includes stories about how people live well with bipolar disorder, stories from celebrities such as Catherine Zeta-Jones and Demi Lovato, and educational videos. http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/best-videos-bipolar-disorder#1
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  • Caponigro, J.M., Johnson, S.L., Kring, A.M., & Lee, E.H. Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed. This book is built around the foundation of providing hope and support for people newly diagnosed with bipolar disorder. The book promotes the importance of integrating social support in varying areas of life, from support groups to exercise groups. http://books.google.ca/books/about/Bipolar_Disorder.html?id=M-INhkSKMoYC&redir_esc=y
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  • Mood FX. Monitor your mood on your phone or PC. Mood FX is designed for people with unipolar depression, but may also be of use to people living with bipolar disorder. Includes screens for symptoms of depression and anxiety, and for problems with cognition and work functioning. http://www.moodfx.ca
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