When properly treated, people with bipolar disorder live wonderful and fulfilling lives. So often it seems that people only want to talk about those who aren’t managing their symptoms or are publicly struggling and mention them as if they represent everyone with bipolar disorder, but they don’t. And I also want to mention that anyone with a mental illness is still personally responsible for themselves and what they do, they may just need some professional support to get them into a place where they can make positive choices, and that’s okay. Showing compassion and understanding as someone works to manage their symptoms and be better is the most helpful thing we can do.
I’m Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos!
“Are u ok?” A Guide To Caring Your Mental Health
Every Tuesday & Friday I post a journal prompt to help keep you motivated and working on yourself. Whether you add the prompts to your own journal at home or use the comment section under the prompt itself, this can be a great way to keep on track with journaling.
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By: Kati Morton
Title: What Is Bipolar Disorder?
Sourced From: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuogqNoFkV4
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