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  • Federman, R., & Anderson Thomson, J. Facing Bipolar: The Young Adult’s Guide to Dealing with Bipolar Disorder. The Four “S”s of Bipolar Stability (Structure, Stress, Sleep and Self-Monitor) are covered in this book. http://www.bipolaryoungadult.com
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  • CMHA: Your Education - Your Future. This guide provides information on post-secondary school for students living with mental illness. It includes tips and resources for deciding whether post-secondary is the right fit, finding a support network, academic accommodations, and more. 
    http://www.cmha.ca/youreducation/
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  • Designing Healthy Campus Communities. An initiative to connect many stakeholders in mental health promotion on campus. http://www.healthycampuses.ca
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  • Mood Disorders Association of Ontario. Back to School with Bipolar: How University can Unleash Mania. This blog from MDAO identifies risks for developing bipolar disorder in college, for example, age, substance use, academic and social stress and sleep deprivation. It also gives straightforward tips for how to cope, based on the “4 S’s of bipolar stability”: structure, stress management, sleep management and self- monitoring. http://www.mooddisorders.ca/blog/lawrencep/back-to-school-with-bipolar-how-university-can-unleash-mania
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  • Bipolar Lives. Thriving in College with Bipolar Disorder. This blog by a person who lives with bipolar disorder based on their own experience, stresses the importance of believing in yourself and especially of planning ahead and researching the counselling services and mental health policies of your chosen colleges. The writer also discusses the importance of structure and how vital money management is for people in school. http://www.bipolar-lives.com/thriving-in-college-with-bipolar-disorder.html
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  • Active Minds. This website and the Active Minds network itself empowers students to change the perception about mental health on college campuses. There are many on-campus chapters that it is possible to join. http://activeminds.org/
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