I use my experience, perspective, research skills, and creativity to be a supportive sidekick for my bipolar peers.


I’ve been managing bipolar disorder for years, and I know how overwhelming it can be. That’s why I’m eager to help the bipolar community (I consider us more like a family!) handle the very real struggle that comes with the territory. One way I do that is by writing for BPHope.com. Reading my work there can help give you a sense of my perspective.

Another way I support the bipolar community is by listening and communicating. I am an impartial sounding board, a realistic cheerleader, a thoughtful concierge, and an experienced consultant for those who need encouragement. (And let’s face it—we all do, sometimes.)


If we work together on your bipolar management, I’ll begin by learning about your journey, struggles, and goals. I’ll check in with you daily; create weekly newsletters just for you; and be available to talk anytime you like.  


Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions via the contact form below. I look forward to supporting you on your journey.


Brooke Baron


Brooke Baron has a BA in English, a minor in philosophy, and a lifelong obsession with language. Although born and raised in Alabama, she has been a proud California resident for 10+ years. During a professional stint in Silicon Valley—in both the corporate and private business sectors—she handled internal and external communications, office design and construction, event planning, photography and graphic design, executive assistance, and functioning on very little sleep. Brooke now specializes in "New Human Orientation" from her home in the suburbs. She has a young, loving, growing family of five and is fueled by that love and coffee. In addition to caring for the rest of Team Baron, she enjoys writing, reading, researching miscellaneous topics, and funneling manic energy into creative projects. With so many balls in the air—including bipolar II disorder—balancing her life is like balancing two kangaroos on a see-saw. 

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