Such a poignant piece. Working in the #BipolarDisorders field for 20+ yrs, I have witnessed this time & again. raises important questions about the meaning of a diagnosis - I Built My Identity Around My Bipolar Diagnosis. But Then I Wasn't Bipolar
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I Built My Identity Around Being Bipolar. Then My Doctor Said I’m Not Bipolar Interesting and personal piece from
What happens when you start to question the identity assigned to you?
I Built My Identity Around Being Bipolar. Then My Doctor Said I’m Not Bipolar via Reminds me of sudden realisation 30+ yrs ago reading George Herbert Mead that thinking *I* create my identity...is mistaken...its defined thru interaction
I Built My Identity Around Being Bipolar. Then My Doctor Said I’m Not Bipolar via
I Built My Identity Around My Bipolar Diagnosis. But Then I Wasn't Bipolar via