I discovered that I was bipolar after being taken off of benzodiazepines for anxiety and OxyContin following several back surgeries. As a result of my bipolar, I have not worked in over two years. I am hoping to start working at least part-time soon however I will be unable to work in my previous field(Social Work) due to memory issues. I am not ashamed of the fact that I am bipolar however I'm not sure I need to share it with prospective employers especially since I am only considering very part-time work. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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