Rest In Peace
when you’re talking about something or someone changing a lot, but you’re not referring to bipolar disorder or someone with bipolar disorder, please don’t use “bipolar” to describe this. because using “bipolar” when you’re annoyed with the weather or to insult your ex is really shitty.
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Mental health problems are, y’know, health problems. Treat them the same way, or shut up.
YES I NEED FOR EVERYONE TO SEE THIS
When physical health problems are treated like mental health problems
Please please I BEG of everyone recovering from or suffering with ANY kind of eating disorder to watch this. It will relate more than anything else you’ve seen, I promise.
Seen this so many times but it never fails to make me ball my eyes out. The last sentence always hits me so hard.
doing my absolute best not to cry right now, because this one hits hard. And it’s so true… just watch this :)
If you let stigma cloud your perception then you will unfairly judge people based on their diagnoses. Think outside of the stigma!
Someone’s response to a teacher’s post about a student with ADD.
What do you think is the best way to politely correct someone who makes an ignorant and hurtful comment like this?
Source: A short history of depression.
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We are thankful for all of our followers who are joining us in the fight against the stigma. We are thankful for the people who are supportive, compassionate, and loving to their friends and family members who have mental illnesses. We are thankful that there are people like us who want to raise awareness for mental illnesses. Thank you all so much. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day.
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