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- n. The state of being bipolar
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Bipolar quality.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being bipolar; double polarity.
- n. In biology, the occurrence of organisms, mostly marine, in both polar areas, but not in the tropics. See discontinuous distribution.
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Such black-and-white bipolarity is enormously palatable when packaged in punchy, 90-second sound bytes.
I think the mental issues, what's being called bipolarity or character logical illnesses, are interfering with her ability to have insight.
Everyone has bad days, which is one reason this kind of bipolarity is much harder to recognize.
Now, I think the actual subset of people who are addicted to video gaming and that's the end of the story is very, very small - I think other mental illnesses such as bipolarity and depression are the root causes, unhealthy time spent playing video games is just a symptom.
Here’s all you need to know about the conservative rightwing psyche: the entire world and their entire being is bound up in bipolarity.
So, their "bipolarity" poses a 160-year mystery of the ocean-one that has only grown with time.
"bipolarity" was a psychiatric disorder, not a description of the international scene.
The incidence of bipolarity, epilepsy, prostate cancer and breast cancer also increases in children born to men approaching 40.
For the first time I begin to consider the possibility that living with a cultural bipolarity could be okay, on balance.
However, no matter if people have depression, bipolarity, psychosis, attention deficit or addiction, their emotional, cognitive and behavioral life are worse and their outcomes are definitively disturbed.