Someone close to me said they saw a bipolar near neighbour at the corner shop recently & 'she didn't look like you, she looked 'medicated''. Hmmm, sounds terrible doesn't it? Thinking back on hospital stays, though, I think there is a certain look when people seem a little overmedicated? Really dulled out & puffy...is that not PC? Am I horrible to be relieved that my days of looking/feeling that way (had years of it) are over? What do you reckon? Maybe it's an internalised stigma, a personal fear,maybe it's quite understandable?
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