What are ways to help those struggling with mental illness such as bipolar
In todays world we are all labeled with some sort of catergory..Do you agree that the government labels to segragate
For two great resources for bipolar support check these sites out:
National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI):
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA):
https://www.google.com/search?q=dbsa&am … p;oe=utf-8
Well, I will consider seeking professional counciling help. But if u can;t afford it, I know Buddhism is a very good religion for people with mental illness, because lots of its teaching help with it, or if u don't care, u can just live with it. Just like some people have cancer, but it ain't mean they want to get it cure, there are people who choose just to live with it, spend its last few months alive "PARTY!!!" and take the morphin when the time come.
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