Nope. The Weather is Not Bipolar: How To Educate Others in Finding Another Adjective

Everyday we hear mental illness terms being used in inappropriate and derogatory ways. Terms like schizo, manic, ADHD and of course, bipolar. I find it scary that these terms are used with zero sensitivity or regard for those of us living with a mental illness. I thought we had come farther than this.

Read full article at BPhope, the magazine for hope and harmony for people with bipolar.

 

 

All rights reserved. Copyright Erika Nielsen @ Sound Mind 2017

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