Here is the first place winner of the 2007 Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Facing Us PSA contest. Amazing how much can be learned in 30 seconds.
Sweet! I hope you don’t mind…I’d like to post it on my blog.
Absoultely, Chica, I’d like to see it on everyone’s blog.
nice!!D uses something called F.A.T. City with high school kids to help recreate what it is like to have learning disablities. This kind of reminds me of that – in the same spirit.Good find Bradley 🙂 Hoo!
I read it cause I like you and 30 years ago or so I was diagnosed as manic-depressive hypo mania. I admitted myself to a hospital. I got out and continued my life. I’ve been down many roads since.Michell’s dad
I love PSAs (okay, I’m a bleed heart), but this one was done especially well. I love the artwork. It made the message especially meaningful!! Do you know if there is a Bipolar awareness, day, week or month? I did an article before and I’d like to rework it and post it during that time…it was sort of like my Depression one with the exception that I don’t have the inside experience. My therapist and I call the weather we’ve been having bipolar. This week I’ve gone from shorts/tank top to long warm sleeves/long pant. We’ve had a 40 temperature change.
Clueless,You have amazing timing. I was looking up this info to see if we can have an awareness day at my church. Here’s what I found:October is Disability Awareness Month During that month there is:A mental illness awareness weekA bipolar awareness day and a depression screening day, which typically have been on the same day. I can’t find the exact dates this year, but remind me in about a month and I’ll see if I can find out. I need to contact DBSA about some things anyway.
Nice explanation of the disorder, very creative. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!
Amazing what insight can be gleaned in a matter of thrirty seconds. Nice pick up Bradley.
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