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As a doctor living with bipolar disorder, I’m often dismayed at how people with mental illnesses are treated, even within the medical establishment.

The problem with mental illness is that the symptoms are not always visible like a broken arm or another physical ailment. You can’t see someone’s internal struggles.When I tell people about my bipolar disorder for the first time, many cannot believe it because I’m so high functioning and well adjusted.

My longest period of stability between relapses was over ten years, during which time I lived a full life with a busy, full-time job, a loving partner, a property and a mortgage.My experience with mental illness was in stark contrast to many people’s perceptions of bipolar disorder as a non-stop

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