Stigma and Discrimination in People Suffering with a Mood Disorder: A Cross-Sectional Study

Abstract Background. Much research is done on the stigma of mental illness, but little research has been done to characterize these phenomena from the perspective of people with mood disorders. Objective. To characterize the extent to which individuals with bipolar disorder and depression are stigmatized, determine factors related to higher levels of stigmatization, and assess … Continue reading Stigma and Discrimination in People Suffering with a Mood Disorder: A Cross-Sectional Study

This Is What It’s Actually Like to Live With Bipolar Disorder

Originally published on SELF.com on December 1st, 2017 by Tessa Miller A lot of people only know bipolar disorder as it's shown on TV or in movies. You know the trope: One minute characters are catatonically depressed, and the next they're so manic they think they can fly off a building. They can't hold down … Continue reading This Is What It’s Actually Like to Live With Bipolar Disorder