Five Facts About Finance Professionals Living With Bipolar Disorder 

Bipolar disorder represents a very broad spectrum of experience; broad enough, that the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM-IV-TR separates the disorder into two diagnoses: bipolar I (BP I) and bipolar II (BP II). — Russ Federman Ph.D., A.B.P.P.

Our society is marred by a vast dismissive attitude towards the reality about mental illnesses, such as bipolar disorder. While nobody would seem to question the need for someone with diabetes to take insulin, there has always been a negative stigma when it comes to people with bipolar disorder who also need to take medication.

 

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