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Personal Story: The Cost of Bipolar Disorder

Video Credit: Jo Jolley, Idaho Falls, ID

Personal Story: Just Me

Video Credit: Wayne Cordell Wilson, Austin, TX

Personal Story: Being Bipolar

Video Credit: Kristen Famiano, Rochester, MI • Music Credit: “Away from the Sun” by 3 Doors Down

Personal Story: What’s It Like Inside of Bipolar Disorder?

Video Credit: Sue H., Bennington, VT

Personal Story: A piece of me…

Video Credit: S. Braun, New York, NY • Music Credit: “In the Backseat” by The Arcade Fire

Personal Story: My Story as a Suicide Survivor

Video Credit: Nora Lamarti

Public Message: The Misunderstood Epidemic

Video Credit: Susan Polis Schutz, www.sps.com Title: Film trailer for “The Misunderstood Epidemic: Depression”

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Tip Respecting the Process is the Best Form of Support

People need to realize that recovering from a mental illness is not only a lifelong process it also requires small steps to achieve. These small steps are necessary and paramount for the person trying to get well as they reach each goal. Something as minute as a person getting out of bed in the morning may be one of the biggest goals for a person to achieve. Simply because these steps are small and thus less noticeable, does not mean the person is not taking steps to get better.

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