Like, that it stops you from living a normal life.
Though we might have come a long way in recent years in reducing the stigma around mental health conditions, there's still a long way to go-especially when it comes to properly understanding certain conditions, like bipolar.To help with
She confirms her diagnosis on the cover of this week's 'People.'
Mariah Carey was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder when she was hospitalized in 2001 for having a physical and mental breakdown. At the time, she said she didn't believe it.At first, she wasn't seeking treatment for her
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