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Inner Child is the second studio album by American R&B singer Shanice, released November 19, 1991 on Motown Records. The album peaked at number 13 on Billboard's Top R&B Albums chart. The lead single I Love Your Smile peaked at 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and 1 on the R&B charts. The album also features a remake of Minnie Riperton's 1974 hit Lovin' You which hit 59 on the R&B Singles chart in the summer of 1992. Shanice would cover the song for a second time on her 2006 album Every Woman Dreams. Bipolar Joe is the bastard child of a retard and the uglier cousin of Steve Buscemi. Born without a mouth or the ability to digest, he discovered that sound was able to sustain him, and so he became a noise musician to live. Support unfortunate people such as himself by giving money and sex. read more. Then there is The Bipolar Child, a successful book published by the psychiatrist Demitri Papolos and his wife, Janice, in 1999, and referred to by more than one parent I spoke to as a bible. The Papoloses description of pediatric bipolar disorder was amassed partly by using responses to an online questionnaire filled out by hundreds of parents on an electronic mailing list, who said they believed their children were bipolar and who often had strong family histories of the disease. Nevertheless, many parents walk into doctors offices having already read The Bipolar Child and concluded that their children are bipolar. Hence this admittedly bipolar album that staggers between elegant Ernest Tubbs-ian tearjerkers like Chances Are and the hopped-up title track. The Clash are all over the inner sleeve of the vinyl version of this West Texas renegade's toughest album, released a year later in the States than in the U. where it was recorded during shows opening for Joe Strummer and Company alongside reggae toaster Mikey Dread. London pub crowds reminded him of rowdy roadhousers back in cowboy country, he told Trouser Press at the time - except they gobbed more. Inspired by the beauty and structure of humpback whale songs, this album was made through collaboration between a scientist and artists. I invite you to dive into the world of sound through this album, in which each artists track represents one theme of a humpback whale song. 4 February at 03:32 . An evaluation by a childadolescent psychiatrist is the first step for an accurate diagnosis. The chances of developing bipolar disorder are increased if a childs parents or siblings have the disorder. But the role of genetics is not absolute and a child from a family with a history of bipolar disorder may never develop the disorder. 7 Changes at School. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, symptoms in teens point to school issues. Kanye West dropped his new album Ye on Friday. In it, he says he has bipolar disorder and calls the mental illness his superpower. The controversial statement follows several months of recent controversy on Twitter in which the artist proclaimed his support for President Trump, opined that love is infinite, and alleged that slavery was a choice. Kanye West's new album Ye is shaping up to add fuel to the controversy the artist started on Twitter last month. After taking to the social media platform to alternately proclaim his support for Pres. If our Inner Child feels unsafe, dismissed, rejected, abandoned and unworthy he or she is broken and damaged, and is terrified about coming out to play, and instead will try to get our attention desperately to go and retrieve and heal him or her so that he or she can. The way the Inner Child does this is through screaming out in pain which is exactly what painful triggers are, as well as intense emotional anguish. Our ego is the part of ourselves that has formed as a defence mechanism to avoid going inwards to heal our Inner Child. Going back to the conversation I had with my friend. He said Why shouldnt I try to make friends with my ego . Inner Child is the fifteenth episode of the first season of Fringe. Just seconds before a building is demolished, a mysterious mute child that has been living alone underground is discovered. Meanwhile, an especially gruesome serial killer resurfaces and showcases his artistry by displaying his work publicly. As the boy gradually assimilates into a new environment, Olivia and the team must race against the clock to prevent the mad man from further macabre