How I Wish My Doctor Would Have Explained My Bipolar Diagnosis

Looking back on my bipolar¬†diagnosis nearly eleven years ago, there are many ways my doctor(s) could have handled explaining the news to me. Only now am I able to clearly see the advice and encouragement which would have made my recovery journey a little easier. A diagnosis of mental illness is not a life sentence. When I first heard the words “Generalized Anxiety Disorder” and “Bipolar Disorder” I was devastated. The doctor may have well handed me a slip of {Read More}

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