This book is for anyone that just wants to know more about Bipolar from someone who’s been through it and lived with the condition for nearly 20 years.
I’ve seen a shift recently in how people view advocacy and raising awareness around mental health and mental illness. To some it’s now ‘boring’ or no longer necessary or needed. I think they’re wrong.
As someone that experiences actual delusional thinking, it’s difficult to hear people using the word to describe someone they disagree with. By using this term all you’re doing is insinuating our symptoms are synonymous with badness.
Through the years I’ve had many mental health crises. I’ve been on the brink of ending it all, of no longer wanting to fight, of no longer wanting to exist.
Delusional thinking causes us to believe grandiose ideas about ourselves or may make us paranoid and secretive. Here’s a list of 6 things you can do to help.