The internet is filled with blog posts titled, “What I wish the world knew about . . .” and then filled in with something that, while seemingly common, like “being on food stamps,” is actually quite misunderstood. I love reading these 文章s because what I thought I knew to be true isn’t true at all. I’ve found that I only knew half the story or believed a stereotype or wasn’t aware of a key fact—and that changed my perspective. Since these types of 文章s were able to enlighten me, I thought it a 好 idea to write one about 躁郁症. So, without further ado: What I wish the world knew about 躁郁症.
当谈到躁郁症时，人们所不了解的知识远大于人们所能理解的知识。 这不是’t to insult the average person; it really isn’t their fault. Mental illness, including 躁郁症，尚未公开讨论。大多数学校都没有教它，而且由于大多数人不了解它，他们要么根本就不教育自己的孩子，要么传递定型观念和错误信息。
当我们谈论的症状时 躁郁症, I’d like to say that 狂躁 isn’t a 好 thing, overall. I will admit to having some pretty incredible stories to tell about times I was manic, but I could have been hurt or hurt someone else, and those times are still affecting my life and the lives of others. Just because it was “fun while doing it” doesn’t make it okay. 狂躁 can be dangerous and life threatening. There is a reason the stories of people who are manic are so engaging. They are filled with bad decisions, drama, and danger.
On the one hand, characters with bipolar can demonstrate that treatment leads to stability. On the other, manic extremes make for better drama. “Surely there is someone out there who will take me for who I am: the 好, the bad, the full story of love.” That’s award-winning actor Anne Hathaway as Lexi, prognosticating optimistically...