Stephen Considine – BiPolar Bear Wear – F**king Chocolate Biscuits – #09

Jun 19, 2020 | Prymal podcast | 0 comments

Stephen Considine - BiPolar Bear Wear

Stephen is founder and owner of BiPolar Bear Wear, a clothing company with a special spin on mental health and mental illness. Stephen speaks about his own battles with mental health, the many methods and tactics he uses to ensure he keeps his mind healthy on a daily basis, happiness, creativity, finding your purpose and being content. 

We also touch on areas like psychedelics and meditation, the importance of belonging and tribe mentality, the psychiatric healthcare system, graffiti and how Stephen came to develop a clothing company.

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