I am wondering how open to be with my dx of bipolar. I feel like being afraid of telling people makes it seems like I am ashamed or that bipolar is somehow "bad." But I don't want my students' parents to think I am some kind of "psycho." I know tht BP doesn't mean anyone is a psycho or anything else. In some ways, I think being upfront will educate people, but I don't want to suffer any proffesional or other consequences either. What do you think?
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