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Personal Story: Wayne C. Wilson, Austin, TX

Topic: Bipolar Disorder • Title: “Just Me” • 3rd Place Winner in the 2007 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest, Facing Bipolar Disorder

PSA: Bipolar Disorder

Video Credit: Anthony Wyborny, Long Beach, CA • Topic: Bipolar Disorder

PSA: Depression

Video Credit: Anders Holine, Woodbury, MN • Topic: Depression

PSA: Bipolar Disorder

Video Credit: Jacob Ahlers, Iowa State University • Topic: Bipolar Disorder

Personal Story: The Rainbow

Video Credit: John McManamy, Descanso, CA & Sharon Stocks Digiosio, Sedgewickville, MO • Title: “The Rainbow”

Personal Story: The Gift

Video Credit: Roy F. Kirby, Marshfield, MA • Title: “The Gift”

Personal Story: I Am the Face of Recovery

Video Credit: The Western New York Independent Living Project, Buffalo, NY • Title: “I Am the Face of Recovery.”

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Tip Give advice to yourself like as if you're giving advice to a close friend

I notice that although I feel pretty crappy, I can be pretty good at giving someone else advice on what to do in my situation. What advice will I give to myself now? I see that I need to reach out more to my good friends, to admit the fact that I have depression and that I can't force myself to get out of it just like that without any external help and "hustle" level self-effort; I do have good days, yes, but they don't last long enough for me to be considered "recovered".

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