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How I Stopped Thinking Bipolar Disorder Made Me 'Pathetic'

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When I first went to my therapist, I often described my life and myself as “pathetic.” Slowly, as I made progress, I stopped doing that.

It was a revelation that took some time to sink in. Here are some of the things my therapist said and did to help me overcome this harmful description of myself and my bipolar disorder. 1.

Refusing to accept my perceived self-image as who I truly was.  This may seem like an obvious thing, but it had real meaning for me.

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