Stigma and Disclosure with Robert Haggard

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In this installment of DBSA's Bipolar Educational Video Library, Robert Haggard from The Living Room at Turning Point in Skokie, IL and DBSA President Allen Doederlein discuss the impact of stigma and deciding to disclose a diagnosis of bipolar disorder.

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"At first I was feeling sad all the time, even though I had no reason to be. Then the sadness turned into anger, and I started having fights with my family and friends."

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