Let the conversation begin.
I believe individuals with bipolar, regardless of means, are all entitled to medical treatment so that they too can rebound and recover and rediscover what it feels like to be hopeful.
I hope you will join Hope Xchange in advocating for those, who through no fault of their own, are not in a position to advocate for themselves and who are in need of medication, therapy, and other medical treatments without which they needlessly suffer.
For me personally, the saddest thing about being bipolar is that when you're depressed, you are incapable of interacting and entertaining a baby. Babies require silliness and, whilst you want so badly to be silly, you are simply incapable.
While I'm now more balanced and silly, it's hard not to reflect and feel inconsolable that I wasn't able to bond with my nephew a year ago when he was but a munchkin because I couldn't get in touch with my silly side no matter how much I tried. I was a babysitter without affect.
My wish for this world is that those who are bipolar don't needlessly suffer because their silly side is absent. With Hope Xchange, I hope to change that. A simple wish. One which I will see to fruition because no baby should be around those who have lost their silly. And no person should feel the way I do.
Twenty percent of bipolar individuals commit suicide, and for me, that is 100 percent too many! Thank you for your support friends and I hope you will consider joining us on our journey.
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