Boredom: Good or bad?
Are you bored? It might help. It might harm. It might inspire.
Bipolar disorder: not just anger and smile
Bipolar Disorder: Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) defines it as a mood disorder. A mood disorder is a condition when a person feels a certain way for a long time. Everyone has that time when they feel as if they’re on cloud nine; or that time when they’re sitting in the dumpster and nobody could be feeling worse. The difference between that and a mood disorder: how long you feel a certain way and the intensity.
Doing not choosing
Yesterday, 30 July 2015, CBC reported that a man named Graham Kent was kicked out of a bar. Reportedly he was making noise and was thought to be on drugs. Unfortunately he was only displaying symptoms of Tourette Syndrome. It is not a mental illness. Being a problem of the brain though it is often misunderstood and stigmatized.