This group has an approach that may not be appropriate for everybody. It was created by folks whose mission is to offer support, encouragement, kindness, and educate themselves and others. It's important we raise awareness and acceptance and give society true examples of bipolar, not misrepresentations that fuels stereotypes, fear and ignorance.
This also is sense of our constant attempts to improve as persons by also discussing about self-help and recovery. If you join, expect to find a bunch of caring people giving suggestions and criticisms in a safe and caring environment. You are expected to be able to do same in a non-attacking compassionate fashion. Conflicts are faced, explored and resolved together in straight, direct and public way.
Our aim is to help people in their process of accepting themselves and the illness through a multicultural approach. This is not an easy process but can be done with support, kindness, time, education and a very good psychiatrist. We're constantly searching and learning new things about this disorder in order to share them with our members and strive together toward stability. It's our hope that you'll feel at home and become involved in this effort toward improvement as you feel comfortable.
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Submitted by: Ro
Submitted on: 1-Feb-2004