Monthly Archives: April 2013

My Opinion on 1st 3 short stories of “Call Me Crazy”

I have bipolar disorder and often get upset by the way not only the media portrays mental illness, but also by how Hollywood does. In the case of “Call Me Crazy”, the case is different. I was really impressed with … Continue reading

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Guest Post: My Mentally Ill Son vs Your son with Another Type of Illness

Laura Pogliano, a mother and advocate in Maryland wrote on the difference between her experience of having a child with serious mental illness and your experience having a child with another type of illness: Your child’s illness gets 500, 000 … Continue reading

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How Would You React if Someone Told you They Had a Mental Illness?

Your friend tells you that they have cancer and you watch them struggle through the awful side effects of the chemotherapy, the pain caused by the cancer itself, and their strong faith helping them through it and think, ” Wow! … Continue reading

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8 Tips If You Feel like You are getting Manic

1. It is really important to have a great relationship with your psychiatrist. Be honest with how you feel. If you feel like you might be getting manic or hypomanic, make sure you contact your doctor. 2. Make sure you … Continue reading

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35 Mental Health Quotes that Inspire (#3)

                            The first set of pictures quotes are ones I made using pictures that were not copyrighted to my knowledge and I gave credit to the person … Continue reading

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