The most frustrating part of my situation is that I can count on one hand the number of people who know about my mental illness. The stigma that surrounds mental health is suffocating, and I don’t feel comfortable talking about it with most of my friends and family, and certainly not my boss or colleagues.
Writer opens up about mental illness stigma in the workplace
posted by rcraniac
on Aug 23, 2013 -
"Andrea Yates' story
tracks so many of the themes we talk about all the time today. The role of religion in family life. The cognitive dissonance of so many marriages. Lingering stigmas about mental illness, especially as they relate to postpartum depression. The Yates trial was a big deal 10 years ago — even though it was overshadowed by the fallout from 9/11." The Atlantic looks back
at the Andrea Yates case and how she's doing now
posted by Brandon Blatcher
on Mar 20, 2012 -
Suppose you have a problem with your thinking, your mood, or your relationships. Come in, sit down, and let the internet help. Meet MoodGym
and its newer sister site, e-couch
. [more inside]
posted by sondrialiac
on Jun 15, 2008 -
The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive
Is the recently aired work of Stephen Fry. 
a well know english comedian diagnosed as manic-depressive.Now also know as bipolar disorder
manic-depression is a class of mood disorders in which the person experiences clinical depression and/or mania, hypomania, and/or mixed states; a rollercoaster of highs and lows.Fry's work and personal involvment help shine a spotlight on a condition obscured by
the stigma associated with mental disorders.
posted by elpapacito
on Oct 5, 2006 -
Are You Bipolar? Mild bipolar disorder may be to this decade what depression was to the nineties, thanks to a new drug and an expanding definition. But when do ordinary peaks and valleys become pathological?
posted by konolia
on Mar 7, 2004 -