On March 30, 2017 we will be celebrating World Bipolar Day as a platform to provide global education, open dialogue and improved sensitivity about bipolar disorder. Stigma can play a huge role in access to care, and the way an illness can impact our relationships, work and engagement in the world. World Bipolar Day is about battling stigma and engaging the world in a conversation that enhances support and understanding. Join us on March 30th to connect with others in gaining access to resources and relationships that will be promoting acceptance and community.
For more on World Bipolar Day, visit the International Society for Bipolar Disorder’s website at http://www.isbd.org/world-bipolar-day, and the World Bipolar Day website at http://www.worldbipolarday.org/.