What’s it like having a mother who’s bipolar?
Stacey Earl turned a difficult childhood into a productive adult life. Her father died when she was young, and his relatives didn’t keep in touch. And her mother suffered from bipolar disorder, often on the manic (scary) side. Stacey has a degree in kinesiology. In contrast to physical therapy, she works with people after they have recovered from surgery. She puts her energy into helping people improve their lives by increasing their flexibility and muscular functionality. She is a specialist in both resistance and muscle-activation training.