I have to touch on a topic from recently. People posted comments about being 'proud to be bipolar', and that 'bipolar makes them who they are'. I don't understand. I am not proud. I don't want this. I have hurt people. I have hurt myself. I can't imagine wanting to be defined by something that requires meds. I am not on SSI, and I have a hard time thinking people are proud of this. Yes, you have what you have, and you deal with it. BUT, I hope the lot of us would not want this for ourselves, our loved ones, or our society. Sorry, I had to say it. I am not 'proud' of this. I wish for myself and all those involved that it didn't exist.
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