This includes a message board that is open to all ages, and which also has a “Teen Talk” forum.
There are also links to 3 chat rooms suitable for under 18s with no adult chat.
The bphope forum provided by bp Magazine is a fabulous bipolar chat room with a fresh and creative feel.
The bipolar chat room is just one feature of the site, and it is VERY easy to use.
Unfortunately however, many of the online chat rooms that promote themselves to bipolar people have other agendas – for example lots of advertising and selling, or adult chat that fuels bipolar symptoms, leading to bipolar mania or even infidelity.
The chat rooms suggested here are online chat rooms I personally prefer because they are genuinely run for the benefit of the bipolar community, and do not encourage adult chat.
There are many treatments available for bipolar disorder including medication such as Lithium, which does help about half of the bipolar population, but it has also been proven that peer, "...support group(s) improved treatment compliance by almost 86% and reduced in-patient hospitalization.
People who are a little older and continuing their education may also find college chats to be a great way of communicating and meeting other college students around the country.
Chat rooms continue to gain in popularity among college students.
Most often chat rooms are established based on a theme or area of interest so those who gather in them have something to talk about.
Before you wonder why anyone should want to pay you for talking, you have to think about how the companies involved make their money.
If it’s a social networking site, they might need a hand in getting the community active so they get people visiting – they probably make money by putting ads on the site, and the advertisers want to see that many people visit and see their ads.
Please choose a bipolar chat room that is private, safe and free!