I Live with Bipolar, But Don't Call Me Crazy!
By Jon Press
Tell me if this story sounds familiar to you…
A celebrity is caught behaving strangely in public. She has an outburst in public. Bystanders capture the whole scene on their cell phones as she is “subdued."
The next day, the videos have gone “viral” and are all over the news and social media. Friends and co-workers are buzzing about the “crazy” woman who went “mental” in public.
And there you are, feeling angry and ashamed … wincing at hurtful terms like “nuts”, “whacko” and “unstable.” You think: “If only they knew that I have bipolar disorder”. Watch Jon's Video >>