The Daily Philosophy of an Ex-Mental Patient – Laura Delano

Although taking time off from all things bipolar to support Becky and her new baby, when a good friend sent me a link to this article I decide it well worth sharing even more widely: the-daily-philosophy-of-an-ex-mental-patient

Here is an excerpt: “Challenge the stories you’re telling yourself about how worthless, broken, and unacceptable you are—those are stories taught to you by forces profiting off of keeping you dis-empowered, silent, passive, and dependent.

Let me know if you are finding such ideas useful.

About Roger A Smith
Helping you to think about bipolar disorder in different ways so that we can eliminate the disorder and eventually eliminate the need for this diagnosis.

One Response to The Daily Philosophy of an Ex-Mental Patient – Laura Delano

  1. Margaret Taylor says:

    Good to hear you are supporting Becky. I’m guessing you’ve mentioned Beccy before on your site, but don’t have time to look for the reference today. Nice of you to support Laura too. I just had a quick look at her blog where she has included some beautiful graphics as well as positive affirmations. Someday I’d like to come out of my mental closet. I finally convinced my husband to read Anatomy of an Epidemic and am hoping to have a good discussion with him and my three offspring soon. Kudos to you Roger for staying in touch and passing along useful support.

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